This project was for a hatchery, a company that sells different breeds of bird eggs as well as resources and equipment to raise those birds. I focused on the site's information architecture and other individuals designed the user interface and further site development. My main role was to understand the contents of the site. I worked on categorizing the page types and the features found on each page.
Strategies used: Heuristic Analysis, Site Audit, Site Mapping
In order to fully understand the hatchery and their products, I completed a site audit. I documented every page on the current site in a spreadsheet. Items recorded in the spreadsheet included page hierarchy, page types, features of each page, descriptions of each page and the call to action of each page. One of the most important findings from this audit was that almost every one of the pages was different, in format, content, or both.
The main thing this website needed was to have uniformity. It was crucial to specify page types and content with layout templates. The next steps would be to determine how to restructure the organization of information, to reduce the number of pages on the site.