Practical Information Architecture: A Hands-on Approach to Structuring Successful Websites

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Addison Wesley, 2000 - Computers - 192 pages
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The book is divided into three main sections: Initial Considerations, which deals with the basic business objectives that must be determined before the actual structure is created; Mechanics, which explains how to organize the information on paper and create the first draft structure; Fine-tuning, which covers those issues related to the completion/finalization of the project from a structural point of view.

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This is a concise book filled with timeless, practical tips for structuring web sites. Starting off with solid discussions of site goals, target audiences, and measuring success, among other things, Reiss never looses sight of the bigger picture of creating a successful site architecture. Read full review


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