Information Architecture

June 12, 2008

“Information architecture deals with the arrangement of browser-based information (more specifically, the internal relationships between individual web pages) so that visitors can do whatever they came to do with as little effort (and confusion) as possible.”

From: Reiss, E.L. (2000), Practical Information Architecture, Harlow: Pearson Education, p. 2

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