Information Architecture for Designers: Structuring Websites for Business Success

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RotoVision, Jan 1, 2003 - Computers - 160 pages
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This must-read text for all web designers delivers vital information on how to employ information architecture to create intelligent sites that produce hard sales. In today's drastically reduced web market, measurable business returns are essential to clients and this book equips the designer with the tools to deliver the goods. Information Architecture is low on theory, high on practice. It contains practical examples, how-to's, do's and don'ts and ready-to-use templates, illustrating concepts, tools and deliverables that can be used immediately in real life by anyone responsible for designing web sites. Practical explanations and tips are illustrated with case studies from industry leaders like IBM and Microsoft, and clear explanations of the latest cutting-edge research form the academic world. Readers can also access a web site where all the model templates explained in the book are ready for use, and a free sample chapter and free access to a sample templates are available.

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User Review  - Pivo1 - LibraryThing

This is a very visual book with many images and diagrams. It covers a gamut of topics surrounding information architecture in general. There is a brief, but very good section on wireframes. Many cases studies throughout this book bring the theoretical and procedural explanations to life. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Peter van Dijk has written advertising and marketing communications for such major marketers as American Express, "Business Week", CBS Cable, Christian Dior, J.P. Morgan Chase, Merck-Medco, Primestar, and TNN.

His work has won Clio's, Effie's, Addy's and many other advertising industry awards.

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