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S Heitman IA MAIA Summary

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Summary of IA MAIA thesis report.

Summary of IA MAIA thesis report.

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  • 1. INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE & NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEMS—The Navigational Systems Model EXECUTIVE  S UMMARY  F OR  IA  M AIA  T HESIS  R EPORT    Navigational  Systems  and  Information  Architecture  provide  structure;  they  are  used  within  a  Website,  a  Web  page,  and  a  subsite—to  provide  a  clear  path  of  navigation  in  which  the  end  user  may  move  about  in  cyberspace  without  getting  lost.     Web-­‐based  research  revealed  that  the  end  user  may  find  himself  lost  and  may  experience  extreme  bouts  of  puzzlement  while  online.  The  reason  effective  Navigational  Systems  and  Information  Architecture  need  to  be  designed  for  any  Website...without  experiencing  severe  problems  of  puzzlement  or  getting  lost  while  surfing.     The  methodology  that  was  used  to  research  this  Thesis  Report  on  Information  Architecture  included:  a  review  of  Information  Architecture  related  literature,  field  activities  relevant  to  Information  Architecture,  exploration  and  review  of  fifteen  online  Websites  (heuristic  evaluations),  regarding  Navigational  Systems,  and  Information  Architecture.   The  Model  contains  nine  sections.  The  Model  of  Seven  Commonly  Used  Navigational  Systems  relevant  to  Information  Architecture….   The  Navigational  Systems  Model—The  NS  Model   1. Hierarchical  Navigational  Systems,   2. Global  Navigational  Systems,   3. Local  Navigational  Systems,     4. Integrated  Navigational  Systems,     5. Remote  Navigational  Systems,     6. Ad  Hoc  Navigational  Systems,  and   7. Search  Engines  in  Websites.  

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