Information Architecture

Information architecture serves as a blueprint for the product design and development ensuring consistency and coherence in the product's structure and navigation.

Why do you need this service?

Overwhelming amount of information
Card Sorting: A method where users sort a set of cards with pieces of content into categories to help identify and understand how information can be organized.
User Flows: Diagrams that show the steps a user takes to accomplish a task or achieve a goal on a website or application.
Inconsistent information presentation
Content Guidelines: Establishing a set of rules and guidelines for writing, formatting, and presenting content to ensure consistency in tone, style, and structure.
Data Modeling: Defining and organizing the relationships between data elements to ensure consistency in how information is presented and stored.
Frustrating user experience
Navigation Design: Creating clear and intuitive navigation systems to help users find what they need quickly and easily, reducing frustration.
Information Hierarchy: Organizing information based on its importance, to ensure the most relevant and important information is easy to find and access, reducing frustration.
Difficulty in finding relevant information
Contextual Information: Providing additional information and context to help users better understand the content and its relevance to their needs.
Personalization: Using user data and preferences to tailor the information architecture and presentation of content, making it easier for users to find what they're looking for.

Why do you need
this service?


Site Map
A visual representation of the product's information hierarchy and organization, including the structure, categories, and relationships between pages and content. The site map helps define the overall navigation and content strategy for the product.
A detailed outline of the product's navigation menu, including the names and order of menu items and any sub-menus. The navigation menu structure helps ensure that the product's content is easily accessible and well-organized for users.
Content Inventory
A comprehensive inventory of all the content that will be included in the product, including descriptions, formats, and status. The content inventory helps ensure that all necessary content is accounted for and provides a starting point for organizing and prioritizing content for the product.


Technology stack

Our project managers use various tools to ensure successful working on the project, meeting deadlines, and maintaining high-quality communication with the Client.

We emphasize planning, preparation for each stage of the design process, and constant work on improving our project management style.

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Business values

User-centered Design

A UX audit helps to ensure that the product is designed with the end-user in mind, taking into account their needs, behaviors, and motivations. This leads to a more user-friendly and effective product.

Improved User Experience

The UX audit helps to identify and fix any usability issues, providing a better and more seamless experience for the user.

Increased Customer Satisfaction

By improving the user experience, a UX audit can lead to increased customer satisfaction, which can translate into repeat business and positive word of mouth.

Increased Efficiency

By identifying and fixing usability issues, a UX audit can make the product more efficient and easier to use, saving time and resources for both the user and the company.

The design process is simple. What do you need to get started


1. Book a call


2. Fill the brief


3. Approve the quote


4. Run!

Andy Dunn
Founder and CEO of Infinite Touch
Andy Dunn
Founder and CEO of Infinite Touch
Raman Hundal
Growth Lead of Twingate
Kağan Mersin
Expert DevOps/Cloud Engineer of Mercedes-Benz Otomotiv
Tom Cowle
Founding Director of GoodCRM

Got Questions? We've got answers:

How do I get started with your design agency?

Getting started is easy! Simply contact us through our website email to schedule a consultation. We'll discuss your project, goals, and provide you with a tailored plan to bring your design vision to life.

Is my project idea confidential when I work with your agency?

Yes, we take client confidentiality seriously. Your project details and ideas are kept confidential, and we are happy to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) if required to ensure your peace of mind.

What services does your design agency offer?

Our design agency offers a wide range of services including graphic design, web design, user interface (UI) design, user experience (UX) design, and more. We specialize in creating visually compelling and user-friendly designs.

Can you provide examples of your previous design work?

Certainly! You can view our portfolio on our website to see a selection of our past projects. Our portfolio showcases our expertise and the diverse range of design work we've completed for clients.

How long does it take to complete a design project?

The timeline for a design project depends on its complexity and size. We work closely with clients to establish project milestones and deadlines. We strive to deliver high-quality designs within agreed-upon timeframes.

What is the design process at your agency like?

Our design process typically includes initial consultation and discovery, concept development, design revisions, client feedback, and final delivery. We emphasize collaboration and communication throughout the process to ensure your vision is realized.