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Top-level architecture

The top-level architecture of the European Commission website comprises 15 thematic classes.  The classes are the highest level of menu labels, giving access to all information provided on the EC branded web presence.

The classes are:

Process to define the 15 classes

The structure of the EC branded web presence is based on extensive external user research with stakeholders (DGs and people using EC websites) between September 2014 and February 2015.

See Process to define the 15 classes: original research for more information on the class definition process.

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