We know that the skeleton architecture we're trying to build is specifically focused on getting the right information into the hands of our users. This means that we're not paying much attention to user interactivity or formatting the information in a user-friendly way. It might help if we set some rough goals for ourselves—how do we know we're actually getting anywhere with our information design?
In this section, we'll talk about the negative influence API data models can have on our user interface design. Then, we'll look at mapping data to what the user sees and how these mappings should be encouraged throughout our stores. Finally, we'll think about the environment we find ourselves working in.