Information design (or information architecture): first thought than action.
A principle applied to web design translates into before drawing the individual pages, it is better to think about the structure and the layout of the whole site. A bit ‘as when the teacher suggested doing a lineup of content before starting to write the theme.
Information design is, therefore, the first design of the site from the point of view of its structure, its skeleton and navigation flows. In this phase, we study how to organize the contents of the site, how to manage the navigation menus and how to name each element of the interface (labelling activity).
The output, in this case, corresponds to some simple graphs of the possible structure of the site accompanied by notes and comments