Design Usability: Information Strategy

“Until recently, few people had heard of information architecture, which I define as the process of structuring and organizing information so that it’s eas

“Until recently, few people had heard of information architecture, which I define as the process of structuring and organizing information so that it’s easier for users to find and for owners to maintain. But go to any major job site today, and you’ll see many job openings for information architects. It’s not surprising: After five years of authoring and coding, many of us are stuck with Web sites and intranets that are huge, messy, unusable and impossible to maintain. With such a great demand for help, there are many inexperienced information architects repeatedly making the same mistakes. In the hope of fast-forwarding global information architecture literacy, here are some of the most common and avoidable errors I have learned from.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE