Information Architecture for iheard.org
There will be five main pages with information and links to sources where teens can find additional information. Along with this will be a search function that utilizes Google maps enabling visitors to find healthcare clinics.
Client: Seattle University School of Nursing
Carol Tompkins: Project Lead and Designer
Adam Funk: Designer
Jana Sheehan and Trevor Curtis: Developers
Website Status: Our team made several revisions before making this final Information Architecture. At this point, the designers on our team will start to work on a logo for the organization/site and will be begin working on wireframes. Our developers are looking into various CMS systems and learning how to adapt Google maps for our map/search feature.
Information Architecture/Sitemap example
An Information Architecture or Sitemap shows a visual representation of the site’s structure, organization, flow and grouping of content information. This diagram should clearly show pages and user paths within the site.
Cynthia Toops and Dan Adams website
Client: Cynthia Toops and Dan Adams