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Short Answer: They never intersect, as described, at a single "hail mary" point. They are different elements of the same process and should coexist together as part of that process. In the cases where one may be dependent on the other, the most ideal situation is that Information Architecture would guide the Software Architecture. Long Answer: When you ...


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Using a detective screen: I have to agree with @Tohster, particularly when it comes to the detective concept. So, rather than attempting to encapsulate your work process into "detective" board (form) try to focus more on a visualisation method that is more likely to achieve your end goals. Having being confronted with the same issue, I have learned that ...


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What you are describing sound very much like storyboarding which is a technique used in UX (and also in lots of other design disciplines like making Pixar movies) for mapping out flows, relationships and user experiences. It can be done with post it notes, photographers, pen, paper or professional software. Here is an example presentation on how to use ...


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Could you use an initial prompt when you choose to create the document, and split that dialog in two sections - those that are available in this location and those that aren't? But still give them feedback / info about how they can create the documents they want. Something like this perhaps? download bmml source – Wireframes created with ...


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A user should be able to create a document anywhere in your system. Declaring its type is totally fine, as is it auto-filing the document. Assuming that to be true, after the user picks the type and saves the document, show a temporary notification in the UI acknowledging the system saved the document with a link to where it filed location. Another thing ...



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