Defining Information Architecture

ASIS Summit 2000. The American Society for Information Science presents its spring conference: Defining Information Architecture. April 7-9, 2000, Hilton H

ASIS Summit 2000. The American Society for Information Science presents its spring conference: Defining Information Architecture. April 7-9, 2000, Hilton Hotel at Logan International Airport, Boston, MA. “While every information system has an architecture by default, planned information architectures are more effective at enabling users to find the information they need by supporting quality searching and browsing. Planned information architectures, when combined with supporting policies and procedures, also serve as structures that help organizations manage their content more effectively.”


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