Articles about Information Architecture

Designing Future-Friendly Content: Modeling Structure for Every User Interface

Designing future-friendly content upfront provides a solid foundation for useful content on all devices, publishing platforms, and content outlets yet to come. [Read More]

Meeting Your Mission: A User-Centered Approach to Content Strategy

A well planned content strategy serves as both a guide for content development and delivery and as a device to hold organizations accountable to broader goals. [Read More]

Social Media Systems in Times of Disaster: Users Becoming Participants

During time of disaster like bombings and hurricanes, everyday people heavily use social media systems to connect with each other and establish a network. Is social media ready for that kind of use? [Read More]

Designing an Arabic User Interface: Methods and Techniques for Bridging Cultures

Designing an effective Arabic user experience by understanding how cultural and linguistic issues are tightly woven together. UX designers became "cultural translators." [Read More]

Collaborative Healthcare: Credibility and Navigation on the Internet

The Internet enables patients to collaborate with medical professionals to meet healthcare needs – but only when healthcare websites provide credible and usable navigation and organization. [Read More]

Geographic Orientation & Disorientation: Getting Lost and Getting Found in Real and Information Spaces

To reduce problems of navigational disorientation, incorporate different sets of orientation factors and accommodate the needs and abilities of all users. [Read More]

What You Should Know About the Semantic Web

The Semantic Web aligns well with the range of new web techniques that seek to transform our online experience through an understanding of usability and design. [Read More]

A New Website Architecture for Salisbury District Council

The UK’s requirement of local councils to “carry out 100 percent of council services electronically by the end of 2005” lead to updates to the first Salisbury District Council website. [Read More]

Book Review: What We Find Changes Who We Become

This book claims that “findability is going ambient,”- all we know about helping people find information on the Internet will help people find things in their physical environments. [Read More]