Category Archives: Information Architecture

100 Must Read UX Books

100 Must-read books on analytics, design, information architecture, usability and of course UX Bookmark this page, now! You’ll want to refer to it again and again. And be sure to share it with your cool UX friends too! These are … Continue reading

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Jakob Nielsen Got It (Mostly) Wrong

Why Jakob Nielsen got it (mostly) wrong Summary: Do not assume, as Jakob Nielsen’s Alphabetical Sorting article implies, that A-Z listings are usually not the best way to present a list to users. Instead, carefully evaluate your typical users and … Continue reading

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8 Free Tools for Good Information Architecture and Usability

A handy list of 8 Free tools for good information architecture and usability For web sites, information architecture is the way content is organized and categorized on the site.  It is the backbone of navigation, taxonomy (labeling) and user experience.  … Continue reading

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