Taxonomy is the organized structure in which something exist that allows us to more deeply understand its function. We use taxonomies to derive meaning from the connections between things.
Taxonomies, along with ontologies and choreographies, are a crucial component of information architecture.
UX designers can use mental models and workflows to understand how users think of certain things based on the context in which they use them.
Information architecture is the way designers organize and structure information to make it easy for users to understand complex systems.
A process flow maps the workflow that a user (or users) will follow to complete common tasks.
A choreography describes how well the meaning and structure behind the system work together to delight the user and help them reach their...