I am working on the information architecture of an e-commerce content management system. The target users have diverse levels of knowledge of web technologies, which means I have to avoid a software driven approach and also technical terms when possible.
Part of my navigation tree looks like this now:
Web catalogue > Product descriptions > Ratings & reviews > Product list pages Other content > General content pages > News > FAQ
I know "Other content" is a terrible label. But I cannot really find a proper name for this category, which includes all content except for the product-related content. I believe it is important to keep these two categories separated. They have a different logic: product related content is automatically generated and the other content is not. Therefore the components and functions are different for each case.
What would be an alternative solution to avoid having the "Other content" label? I tested it informally with two users, and it worked. I am now preparing a test with a bigger sample. Do you think I should test the information architecture using this label to see if it works or it does not make sense to try?