Information Architecture — Part 1
What is Information Architecture?
Peter Moreville puts it this way: Information Architects are the Architects of Understanding. They “help users to understand where they are, what they’ve found, what to expect, and what’s around.”
Recommended Reading & Useful Links
- Rosenfeld, L., Morville, P., Jorge Arango, J. (2015). Information Architecture: For the Web and Beyond 4th Edition
- Covert, A. How to Make Sense of Any Mess
- Information Architecture Basics
- Understanding Information Architecture (Prezi)
- The Difference Between Information Architecture (IA) and Navigation
- Understanding Information Architecture by The Understanding Group
- Framing the Practice of Information Architecture
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