Client: Middlesex University
Middlesex University commissioned Nomensa to support them in developing an intuitive structure (information architecture) for the university’s website to ensure that visitors could quickly find the information that they are looking for. This was part of a project to redesign its entire web presence and better support the user’s goals.
Brief: Nomensa usability analysts reviewed the website and identified key usability and structural issues that the redesign would need to overcome. Workshops then followed to encompass training and planning exercises devised to support the Middlesex team in developing a logical sitemap. Nomensa reviewed and refined the information architecture producing professional blueprints and advice on best practice labeling for categories and pages.
Response: An intuitive and effective sitemap was produced, providing a structure that correctly represents the University. It ensures that users achieve tasks they set out to accomplish . Guidelines were provided by Nomensa to ensure that as the website grows the structure remains usable.
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