You have a sneaking suspicion that your website could be better.
Maybe it’s cluttered.
Maybe it’s hard to navigate.
Or maybe the most important content is hidden.
We’re consultants who help with that, using research to identify the problems and find solutions.
Logic Department is an open-minded team of Information Architecture consultants providing research-based guidance. We exceed your expectations by offering functional solutions you didn’t even know to ask for. After working with us, you’ll have a clear path forward that combines user needs with business goals.
- A library’s website has gotten way too “crowded” and the site’s menu options have become overly long
- A museum’s growing digital collection has become unwieldy to the point that it’s difficult for users to find things
- Two non-profits have merged and need to
combine their content into one website
- An environmental non-profit that realizes all of it’s best content is buried and unfindable
Through her economics degree from the University of San Francisco, Paige found a passion for empathy and a desire for creating scenarios that meet human needs. She honed these skills through the User Experience Design course at General Assembly and joined Logic Department in 2015 to conduct usability reviews and user testing. She now focuses on helping clients understand their users’ experiences through a combination of data and contextual research.
Head of Operations and New Business
Stemming from her background in art, community planning, and business management, Gina brings a mix of creativity, strategy, and business savvy to the Logic Department team. An organizer and systems thinker by nature, she is proud to be implementing her skills in support of our work to deliver intuitive interfaces to our clients.
CEO and Lead Information Architect
With a background in project management, qualitative sociology and holding a Master’s degree in Information and Library Science, Sam tackles any challenge in the most organized and transparent way possible.
An active part of the international IA community, Sam was elected to Information Architecture Institute’s board as Director of Events and Programming where she oversees the coordination of World Information Architecture Day.
Junior Information Architect
Clair has a deep interest in complex stories and how to make those stories accessible. They have built on a knowledge of filmmaking and a Masters of Science in Information Experience Design to apply those skills to information architecture. Clair’s passion is seeing data come together into cohesive solutions – turning a complex tangle into something organized.