Architecture / Interface Design
Successful information architecture must be informed by the broader
business context in which it exists.
- Each organization has a unique mission, vision, culture, and
- Each content collection presents different challenges, based
on an idiosyncratic mix of document types, formats, and structures.
- Each major audience has distinctive information needs, modes
of research, and levels of expertise.
Information architecture design occurs at the intersection of business
context, content, and users. An information architecture is composed
of organization, navigation, and indexing. These systems play a
central role in determining whether users can easily find the information