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Design Information Architecture Applying IA Going Forward

Don't understand

What's Dan talking about at 1:50 in this video? I don't get it

Dany Abou Naccoul
Dany Abou Naccoul
7,456 Points

Yea I'm getting that too. Seems the audio is broken from 1:50 onwards.

The audio is fine I just don't understand the point he's trying to make there.

1 Answer

Dan Gorgone
Dan Gorgone
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey guys, the audio issue has been fixed - sorry about that!

Adam, the point I was trying to make was, essentially: don't upset your users by making too many changes at the same time. For example, if you have a main menu with 6 links and you rename 3 of them, it could make it difficult to figure out which changes were good ones, and if they all truly worked. My advice is to try one fix at a time so you can confirm it's a positive one. But if you need to make a major change that impacts a lot of stuff, give your users a heads up - tell them about the change, what's happening, and why. The main idea is: keep your users happy while you fix stuff. :)

Does that make sense?