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Information Architecture

Information architecture is the work that goes into creating intuitive navigation schemes for software. Information architecture generally applies to websites, but can also apply to web applications, mobile applications, and social media software. Ideally, a website or application’s navigation scheme … Continue reading

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IA Concept

Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville defined the ‘three circles of information architecture’ as content, users and context of use. Users – it’s very important to know your users, their needs, how they use information, etc. Content – who creates the … Continue reading

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Information Architecture – Definition

What is Information Architecture? The Information Architecture Institute defines it as: “…as the art and science of organizing and labeling websites, intranets, online communities and software to support usability.” Explain IA is a competition organised by The Information Architecture Institute  … Continue reading

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