The Art and Practice of Information Architecture
This course covers techniques and tools for the development of a coherent information architecture, including the development of taxonomies and implementation of navigation.
What you'll learn
We're exposed to and are attempting to organize more information today than we have ever had to in the entire evolution of humans, and the amount of information is growing exponentially. The techniques in the past of intuiting an organization won't work any longer, even with the advent of search. This course tackles the problem of organizing information head-on by explaining the research about organization of information and how we think. With this foundation, the course provides practical tools for developing an information architecture (organizational framework) which can grow and adapt with the organization.
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