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Kapi’olani Community College Art 155 Information Architecture In-class Presentation Week 7B. :: Calendar. :: Example. We will take a quick look at a few site map examples that I brought in. :: Today’s Agenda. Today is a full working day.

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Kapi olani community college art 155 information architecture in class presentation week 7b

Kapi’olani Community College

Art 155 Information Architecture

In-class Presentation

Week 7B



Example
:: Example

  • We will take a quick look at a few site map examples that I brought in.


Today s agenda
:: Today’s Agenda

  • Today is a full working day.

    • I will be walking around to check-in on the status of your two site maps.

  • Some thoughts on the site map creation process:

    • Always sketch your site map on paper first (not on the computer).

    • Consider using index cards.

    • Consider different visual options.

    • Consider using Power Point for speed and ease.

    • If you are having trouble fitting everything onto one page, consider editing/limiting your site map to only a few levels of depth, or consider using 2 pages to show the full site

    • Consider adding a legend if your site map requires it.

  • Remember to not only post your two site maps on your class web page, but also bring in a printed version to our next class.


Assignment
:: Assignment

due :: 02.26.07

  • Site Maps (2)

    • Purpose/Objective:

      • To holistically represent a multiple user experience in a visual format.

      • To organize complex data structures using various visual mapping techniques.

      • To conceptually consider the advantages and disadvantages of existing informational structures in order to make organizational changes for improved usability.

    • Assignment: Use Microsoft Power Point, Adobe Illustrator, or any other visual mapping program to create two site maps:

      • Current Site Map of the existing site in its present state

      • Revised Site Map based upon your personal observations and recommendations

        We will be hanging them up on the walls of our classroom for an in-class walking wall critique.

    • Format: Two formats are due!

      • Printed version: please print out your two site maps and bring them to class – we will have a wall critique.

      • Digital version: Microsoft Power Point document (.ppt). If you used another program, please save out the images and then paste them into a power point document to be posted onto your class web page.

  • Reading: Read the online article: A visual vocabulary for describing information architecture and interaction design by Jesse James Garrett

    • http://www.jjg.net/ia/visvocab/


Reading assignment
:: Reading Assignment

  • Read the first part of Chapter 5 from Usability for the Web on information architecture:

    • Chapter 5: pgs. 120-155

  • Read the online article: A visual vocabulary for describing information architecture and interaction design by Jesse James Garrett

    • http://www.jjg.net/ia/visvocab/


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