First, what exactly is information architecture?

"Information architecture, as the name implies, is basically about taking content and a structure to present that content to an audience. Whether the content is intended for a private audience on an intranet or for the public, it is the information architect's job to ensure that information is well-organized and presented in an easily accessible interface."

From a interview with Mattie Langenberg and Michael Brooks. Read the whole interview...

Posted by seralat at 05:05 PM on June 04, 2002
Filed in: IA - Definitions