Information Architecture + UX
Creating digital experiences that perform
by ensuring every interaction counts.
Why UX is a brand and business need
It’s human nature: people like things to be easy and clear. And today, people have seamless user experiences at their fingertips, every minute of every day. Expectations are high.
So when a digital property isn’t easy to use, people get frustrated. And when they get frustrated, they go elsewhere – leaving with a poor impression of your business.
The good news is that building a great user experience takes work, but it’s not magic. You need the right expertise, a passion for listening to your users, and a willingness to test and learn.
The experts on Evision Atlanta UX team bring all of those qualities and more. It’s their job to turn the frustration of “what’s going on?” into the joy of “that was easy” – designing standout experiences that convert prospects and keep customers coming back.
The Club Price
The Club Price owned by Texas Jasmine a leading wholeseller based out of Texas approach us to launch their initiative to sell individual chocolate ad discount price. We launched the site and got them the first order in around 1.5 months. In through months they were at $30k sales. More importantly, we brought the conversion cost from Google Shopping from $8 to $2 and clicks from $4 to $0.40 cents.
Some of the key work we did for them were
· Market research about the product competitor
· Consumer behaviour who buys snacks and chocolates
· Offshoot we can launch besides online retail which came to subscriptions and specialize boxes
· We use analytics to drive offerings to right target audience which brought us huge conversion
· We use shopify advance features to manage the stores
· SEO were done to generate organic sales
· Pinterest and Instagram engagement were done to buildup branding
What makes a great IA/UX team
Information architecture and user experience have a language all their own. But even if you’re not fluent, you should be looking for a UX team that:
Really understands your users. Your UX team should be obsessed with uncovering what users think, feel, and do – and translating their insights into an experience those users will love.
Really understands usability. Usability isn’t the only aspect of UX, but it’s critical. A UX designer should be able to prioritize and simplify important user task flows, apply recognized best practices, and be able to explain what they’re doing and why.
Has the tools to test. User testing isn’t part of everyone’s budget, but your UX team should be ready to recommend testing that makes sense from a cost-benefit perspective.
Kicking the tires one a new agency?
Explore our catalogue of results achieved,
challenges solved, and clients satisfied.
Our IA / UX process
Uncovering the business context
Keeping it user-centered
User research can take many forms. Semi-structured interviews, quantitative surveys, and user testing can all yield priceless insights, supporting later decisions with hard data.
We work with you to decide what kinds of user research make sense for your needs and budget, but we find user research is an investment that pays off in superior site performance.
Seeking feedback early and often
Persona Creation + User Journeys
Putting research to work
Sitemap / App Map
Creating the Information Architecture
This is the Information Architecture part of the story. A Sitemap or App Map shows how each page or screen fits together within the experience, and how users will navigate the experience to accomplish their desired tasks.
The Information Architecture helps us understand the effort needed to build out all the pages, screens and functionality required by the site.