Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web

Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web

by Christina Wodtke, Austin Govella

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ISBN-13: 9780132104258
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 01/22/2009
Series: Voices That Matter
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 312
File size: 14 MB
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Table of Contents

1. First Principles
2. Balancing Acts–Users, Technology,  and Business
3. Sock Drawers and CD Racks–Everything Must Be Organized
4. A Bricklayer's View of Information Architecture
5. Search and Ye Shall Find
6. From A to C by Way of B
7.  From Box to Page
8. The Tao of Navigation
9. Architecting Social Spaces
10.  All Together Now
11. And in the End

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Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Murdocke23 on LibraryThing 28 days ago
Although not as in-depth as 'the polar bear book' by Morville and Rosenfeld, this book on IA is much more approachable, and therefore perhaps easier to introduce IA concepts to interested colleagues. Also has some tips on keeping care of yourself as you play the IA game.
Pivo1 on LibraryThing 28 days ago
This book covers a range of core concepts in the field of information architecture. It¿s packed with practical advice and is downright fun to read. This is the kind of book you can read in a few sittings.
Silvernfire on LibraryThing 3 months ago
This is a solid introduction to information architecture. No, it isn't Morville and Rosenfeld's Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, but Wodtke and Govella's book covers the essentials, does so in a friendly, non-frightening way, and is a little more portable than the polar bear book. Plus, it's actually enjoyable to read, which is a good thing in its own right.