Time: 9am - 4pm
Duration: 1 day
In this course you will learn how to: Utilize your experience research to group and label content; Develop a controlled vocabulary and relevant taxonomy; Identify which information architecture methods are best for your project; Group and label your content and functions in a manner most useful to your users.
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- What is Information Architecture?
- Who should organize your content?
- Who should determine workflow and processes?
- Utilizing your user experience research
- Using research to guide information architecture
- Creating a concept model
- Using personas and scenarios to guide process flow and swimlanes
- Creating a controlled vocabulary
- Developing a taxonomy
- Information Architecture Methods
- Identifying functions and mapping functions to content
- Using metaphor
- Card Sorting
- Affinity Diagrams
- Site Maps
Private training is available for this course.
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