The Art of Information Architecture

"There are many factors in a quality Web site Design, development, creativity, writing, color balance, and organization are all contributors, but careful planning is what makes or breaks the site. The old adage 'It'll come out in the wash' rarely works in practice. Lack of planning usually results in unorganized material and plenty of headaches along the way.

Information Architecture is the practice of designing the infrastructure of a Web site, specifically the navigation."

By Aaron West via iBoost. There's no date on the article, but I believe this is from early 2001 or late 2000. Read the article...

Posted by seralat at 12:14 PM on June 11, 2002
Filed in: IA - Practical Approaches