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Information Architect

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What is information architect

What is information architect

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  • 1. Information Architecture (IA) Prepare By : Muhammad Hafizuddin Bin Mustafa Mentor : Fazliana
  • 2. What is IA Information architecture (or IA) is the science -- some would insist art -- of defining the structure, organization, navigation, labeling and indexing of a Website. It is the role of the information architect to decide how a site should be structured, what kind of content it should host, and how to accommodate future growth. In short, information architecture defines the backbone of a Website.
  • 3. Fundamental of IAWhy IA needed•To reduce changes during development process,•To reduce expenses, and increase productivity .
  • 4. IA deliverable Competitive Analysis Site Requirements Site Goals with the help of all stakeholders Personas Wireframes and /or Use Cases for task flow Navigation and Labeling Prototype Vocabulary (if any) Sitemap Usability Testing of prototype and wireframes
  • 5. What is UsabilityUsability involves ease of navigation and the ability to findinformation quickly and easily among other areas/elementsof the site. Information architecture solves these problems atthe root instead of at a superficial level. However, theinterface thats presented to the user should itself beintuitive and take advantage of the improved site structure ifthe site is to be usable.
  • 6. ConclusionInformation architecture is all about looking at the bigpicture, then breaking it down into manageable bits ofinformation for users.
  • 7. Thank You