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Web analytics might be considered a web designer's best friend, because it provides a quick and quantifiable means of interpreting user behaviour. But too many Information Architects still need a reminder to 'think like a user'. Hallie Wilfert explains how to starting using web statistics data to inform information architecture and site design more effectively.

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Web analytics might be considered a web designer's best friend, because it provides a quick and quantifiable means of interpreting user behaviour. But too many Information Architects still need a reminder to 'think like a user'. Hallie Wilfert explains how to starting using web statistics data to inform information architecture and site design more effectively.

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Many designers balk at using web analytics because they are intimidated by the numbers and the potential complexity of the analysis. I will share a little secret with you - you do not need to be a statistician to use or interpret web analytics. What you do need to be is a good interpreter - something that most IAs already are, because what analytics tell you is the story of your web site over time.

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