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Information architecture for the World Wide Web

Author: Louis Rosenfeld; Peter Morville
Publisher: Sebastopol ; Cambridge : O'Reilly, 1998.
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This guide shows how to apply principles of architecture and library science to design cohesive Web sites and Intranets that are easy to use, manage, and expand. It covers building complex sites,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Rosenfeld; Peter Morville
ISBN: 1565922824 9781565922822
OCLC Number: 628918959
Notes: Cover has subtitle: Designing large-scale Web sites.
Description: xix, 202 p.
Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. What Makes a Web Site Work Consumer Sensitivity Boot Camp If You Don't Like to Exercise... 2. Introduction to Information Architecture The Role of the Information Architect Who Should Be the Information Architect? Collaboration and Communication. 3. Organizing Information Organizational Challenges Organizing Web Sites and Intranets Creating Cohesive Organization Systems. 4. Designing Navigation Systems Browser Navigation Features Building Context Improving Flexibility Types of Navigation Systems Integrated Navigation Elements Remote Navigation Elements Designing Elegant Navigation Systems. 5. Labeling Systems Why You Should Care About Labeling Labeling Systems, Not Labels Types of Labeling Systems Creating Effective Labeling Systems Fine-Tuning the Labeling System Non-Representational Labeling Systems A Double Challenge. 6. Searching Systems Searching and Your Web Site Understanding How Users Search Designing the Search Interface In an Ideal World: The Reference Interview Indexing the Right Stuff To Search or Not To Search? 7. Research Getting Started Defining Goals Learning About the Intended Audiences Identifying Content and Function Requirements Grouping Content. 8. Conceptual Design Brainstorming with White Boards and Flip Charts Metaphor Exploration Scenarios High-Level Architecture Blueprints Architectural Page Mockups Design Sketches Web-Based Prototypes. 9. Production and Operations Detailed Architecture Blueprints Content Mapping Web Page Inventory Point-of-Production Architecture Architecture Style Guides Learning from Users. 10. Information Architecture in Action Archipelagoes of Information A Case Study: Henry Ford Health System Selected Bibliography Index
Other Titles: Information architecture for the World Wide Web: designing large-scale Web sites.
Responsibility: Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville.

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