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With a swift and convincing stroke, the authors of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web tear down many entrenched ideas about Web design. Flashy animations are cool, they agree, as long as they don't aggravate the viewer. Nifty clickable icons are nice, but are their meanings universal? Is the search engine providing results that are useful and relevant? This book acts as a mirror and with careful questioning causes the reader to think through all the elements and decisions required for well-crafted Web design. --Jennifer Buckendorff
It's not hard to see why this book is a classic for ux designers, web developers and information architecture professionals alike.Published 1 month ago by Eduardo Orozco
Definitively a must have book for any serious information architectPublished 6 months ago by Bernard Champoux
As a library student, I found that most of this book just applies library concepts like controlled vocabularies and things to the web. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anna
I love this book and recommend it to anyone that works with the web be it designer, developer or UI | UX | IA. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tony Brown
After reading this book, I was able to put it all in perspective.Published 11 months ago by Robert L. Davis