What We Do: Information Architecture Overview

"An information architecture is composed of organization, navigation, indexing and searching systems. These systems play a central role in determining whether users can easily find the information they need. They also influence the long-term costs of managing the dynamic growth and constant change of information resources in the online environment. "

From the late, lamented Argus Associates, whose website lives on. Read more...

Posted by seralat at 04:44 PM on June 04, 2002
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