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Please share your techniques If you have ever been working on a design or redesign of a bigger website or an app that has a complex Information Architecture. While drafting it all manually (and updating frequently as the website is "alive" and changing constantly), the whole process is extremely time-consuming and dull. It also generates simple mistakes. It's easy to overlook small changes.

Is there any tool available that maps a site's structure automatically and display it in a visually satisfying and understandable way? (graphs)

Are you always drafting IA manually when investigating a product's structure?

I have tried scraping websites with tools for developers but the output lists still have to be converted into graphs manually.

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    Hi @moka, since this is a Q&A site, it will be great if you can reframe your question to be more specific. Your question seems opinion based. Some ways to improve the question would be - give an example of your IA - and describe some problems you run into etc. Dec 17 '20 at 2:15
  • Hi@harshikerfuffle I cannot share the IA as I cannot disclose the client's information. I am not sure what is unclear about my questions or problem description. Please clarify.
    – moka
    Dec 17 '20 at 13:33
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Trying to do a Heurisct Analyse from Jakob Nielsen: https://www.nngroup.com/articles/ten-usability-heuristics/

Mapping Erros, Do some usability test, talk with your users https://www.nngroup.com/articles/usability-testing-101/

See what your competitors are doing, make a benchmarking

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