Information Architecture for the World Wide Web

Louis Rosenfeld, Peter Morville

Key Facts and Insights:

  1. Information Architecture (IA) is a discipline that focuses on the organization and structure of digital spaces to make them understandable and usable.
  2. The authors, Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville, are both pioneering figures in the field of IA.
  3. The book defines four key components of IA: organization systems, labeling systems, navigation systems, and search systems.
  4. Organization systems are designed to categorize information into coherent schemes, while labeling systems aim to represent information clearly and concisely.
  5. Navigation systems guide users through the information space, while search systems allow them to locate specific items or pieces of...

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