Information Architecture IBE312. Ch 3 – User Needs and Behaviors & Ch 4 The Anatomy of IA 2013. Information Architecture. The combination of organization, labeling, and navigation schemes within an information system.
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Ch 3 – UserNeeds and Behaviors
Ch 4 The Anatomyof IA
Some notes from Morville
Figure out if it works
Figure out what’s needed
(compare with physical architects)
= Recall-oriented Searching
A few good things
Page Layoutand Design
The right thing
= Precision-oriented Searching
Bottom-up IA – contentstructure (e.g. recipe format), sequencing, tagging – helpanswerwheream I, what’shere, where to og from here.. Findwhat I need from middlewithoutlearningthetop-downorganization.
“Findability will eventually be recognized as a central and defining challenge in the development of web sites, intranets, knowledge management systems and online communities.”
Peter Morville, The Age of Findability
surrounding, encircling, enveloping
the ability to find anyone or anything
from anywhere at anytime