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“Our site needs to be easier to use.”

“I just want to be able to get to the things that are most important to me.”

“It’s so hard to find anything on our site, and I’ve worked here for 15 years.”

Sound familiar?

These statements highlight just some of the common problems related to a website’s information architecture (IA). The way you organize, label, sequence, and group elements on your site — from the smallest files and paragraphs to pages and entire microsites — is managed through information architecture. The better your site’s IA, the easier it is for visitors to find information and engage with your institution.

mStoner is offering their three part webinar series on information architecture one last time in 2015. And you don’t want to miss it! Last month’s attendees rated this series an impressive 4.78 out of a 5 point scale.

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mStoner is offering Higher Ed Live viewers a special discount. But hurry! There’s only 10 available A FEW LEFT!

Use code “unicorn2015” at check out to receive $100 off your registration.


Information Architecture: Definition and Core Elements
Tuesday, Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. EDT / 1 p.m. CDT

Information Architecture: User Experience, Behavior, and Testing
Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. EDT / 1 p.m. CDT

Information Architecture: The Architect’s Tools & Blueprints
Thursday, Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. EDT / 1 p.m. CDT

*Each session will last about 60 to 75 minutes.

Learn more about the series and register. Don’t forget to use “unicorn2015” to receive $100 off.



Article Author

Mallory Willsea

Mallory Willsea

Executive Producer
Director of Marketing and Business Developement, mStoner, Inc.

Mallory Willsea brings more than a decade of marketing, digital, and enrollment marketing experience to Higher Ed Live and mStoner. Mallory serves as the main point of contact for Higher Ed Live sponsors. As head of marketing and sales for mStoner, Mallory develops the firm's marketing strategy and works with potential clients to identify right-fit solutions.


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