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Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-Scale Web Sites
 
 

Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-Scale Web Sites [Kindle Edition]

Peter Morville , Louis Rosenfeld
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The post-Ajaxian Web 2.0 world of wikis, folksonomies, and mashups makes well-planned information architecture even more essential. How do you present large volumes of information to people who need to find what they're looking for quickly? This classic primer shows information architects, designers, and web site developers how to build large-scale and maintainable web sites that are appealing and easy to navigate.




The new edition is thoroughly updated to address emerging technologies -- with recent examples, new scenarios, and information on best practices -- while maintaining its focus on fundamentals. With topics that range from aesthetics to mechanics, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web explains how to create interfaces that users can understand right away. Inside, you'll find:





  • An overview of information architecture for both newcomers and experienced practitioners


  • The fundamental components of an architecture, illustrating the interconnected nature of these systems. Updated, with updates for tagging, folksonomies, social classification, and guided navigation


  • Tools, techniques, and methods that take you from research to strategy and design to implementation. This edition discusses blueprints, wireframes and the role of diagrams in the design phase


  • A series of short essays that provide practical tips and philosophical advice for those who work on information architecture


  • The business context of practicing and promoting information architecture, including recent lessons on how to handle enterprise architecture


  • Case studies on the evolution of two large and very different information architectures, illustrating best practices along the way




How do you document the rich interfaces of web applications? How do you design for multiple platforms and mobile devices? With emphasis on goals and approaches over tactics or technologies, this enormously popular book gives you knowledge about information architecture with a framework that allows you to learn new approaches -- and unlearn outmoded ones.

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The post-Ajaxian Web 2.0 world of wikis, folksonomies, and mashups makes well-planned information architecture even more essential. How do you present large volumes of information to people who need to find what they're looking for quickly? This classic primer shows information architects, designers, and web site developers how to build large-scale and maintainable web sites that are appealing and easy to navigate. The new edition is thoroughly updated to address emerging technologies - with recent examples, new scenarios, and information on best practices - while maintaining its focus on fundamentals. With topics that range from aesthetics to mechanics, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web explains how to create interfaces that users can understand right away. Inside, you'll find: an overview of information architecture for both newcomers and experienced practitioners; the fundamental components of an architecture, illustrating the interconnected nature of these systems. Updated, with updates for tagging, folksonomies, social classification, and guided navigation; tools, techniques, and methods that take you from research to strategy and design to implementation.

This edition discusses blueprints, wireframes and the role of diagrams in the design phase; a series of short essays that provide practical tips and philosophical advice for those who work on information architecture; the business context of practicing and promoting information architecture, including recent lessons on how to handle enterprise architecture; and, case studies on the evolution of two large and very different information architectures, illustrating best practices along the way. How do you document the rich interfaces of web applications? How do you design for multiple platforms and mobile devices? With emphasis on goals and approaches over tactics or technologies, this enormously popular book gives you knowledge about information architecture with a framework that allows you to learn new approaches - and unlearn outmoded ones.


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4.0 von 5 Sternen A great book for building a large web-site 21. Januar 2013
Von Nix Sam
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
The minute details required to plan, organize and build a large web site are available.

The complete portal design of web-site is nicely elaborated. Different layers like presentation, controller and views are well illustrated in detail.

The architecture development of internet portal might have been standardized with architecture framework ITIL, COBIT, TOGAF to make it even more meaningful covering broad aspect of Enterprise IT.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Man kann sich für diesen Eisbären erwärmen 12. August 2011
Format:Taschenbuch
Louis Rosenfeld und Peter Morville zählen zu den Pionieren der Informationsarchitektur. Ihr Buch, gemeinhin "der Eisbär" genannt, behandelt die Konzeption und das Management umfangreicher Websites. Allerdings: Was für grosse Websites gilt, gilt oft gerade auch für kleine und mittlere Internetauftritte...

Typische Stelle: "The cost of not finding information: How many bad decisions are made every day in you organization because employers didn't find the information they needed. Hoch much duplication of effort results from this disconnect? How many customers do you loose because they can't find the product they want on your website?"
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Somewhat heavy on theory 10. März 2007
Von Jure Kodžoman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
What this book does is show you how librarians fit into 21st century. The book does very good promotion of IA itself, and shows why it's important.

The first half of the book is somewhat theoretical and hard to read. However, it's really worth reading. It will explain some concepts (thesaurus, categorization,...) librarians have used for a very long time, and how to easily used them while designing web sites.

The second part is where the book gets more practical and actually shows how to use IA in practice, which was, at least for me, the more interesting part. If you are in any way connected to web development, you should read this book.

The entire book is exactly what it says it is - "Designing large-scale web sites". Although some concepts can be applied to smaller sites, you will hardly find resources to make use of some of the things authors talk about.

There are many books on usability out there, but this one is dedicated to findability. If these terms are new to you, I recommend you read Steve Krug's "Don't Make Me Think" and Jakob Nielsen's "Prioritizing Web Usability" before reading this book. It might make it easier to read, and the book will definitely make more sense to you.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen At last! A concise, practical guide to web site design! 3. März 2000
Von John Leo Mencias - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I had been looking around for a book like this for some time now: one that guides me through the crucial conceptual design phase of web site development. Most books on web site design are really about user interface design. This book offers a top-down planning approach to getting from the recognition of a need for a web site through to the final working design. It plugs up a lot of the gaping holes that topic-specific design texts leave open.
The over-riding concern and emphasis in the first section of the book is on how to organize the information on the web site in such a way that the target audience can readily get at it. To this end, the authors focus on three 'systems' that need to be developed, implemented and coordinated on a web site: a navigation system, a labeling system and a searching system. Once these systems are thought through and designed then the rest of the work becomes a matter of filling in the information content, functionalities and the bells and whistles.
Clear, concise and even a bit humorous, this book will definitely give you a peace of mind if you find yourself a bit overwhelmed at times when deciding on just how you will approach building a web site.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kudos to Rosefeld and Morville 16. Oktober 2000
Von K. Mohnkern - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
A book on web design written by librarians. Skeptical? So was I. But darned if they don't hit the ol' web design nail right on the ol' head. (Okay, they're not really librarians - but both authors come from a Library Science background.) When I started on my Interaction Design masters degree, there wasn't anything written sepcifically about it. So my education was based on other fields - architecture, rhetoric, psychology, graphic design. Now we're starting to see some good Interaction Design books coming from experts in those other fields.
The strength of this book is its emphasis on defining a navigable structure for a site. It covers structure, navigation, searching/browsing, and this is the first book I've seen that spends a whole chapter on button and link labelling systems. It's added labelling to my ID vocabulary.
I do agree with another reviewer who wanted more in-depth examples, but with enough web experience it's easy to come up with examples on our own. So I gave the book the fifth star.
This and Jennifer Fleming's Web Navigation (both O'Reilly books) are must-haves for web designers.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Go got to dig for the gems. 9. November 1999
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book can easily be divided into 2 sections. The first is an overview of how and why information is organized. The second is how to apply that information when planning and designing a large website. To the author's credit, they took a potentially dull topic and actually made it interesting. I would have appreciated less background and theory and more practical advise on how to plan a website though. There are some gems in this book, but you really have to dig to find them. Since there is really no "hands on" advise this is a good book to read while traveling. If your designing a large enterprise website you would be wise to read at least the second half of this book...especially if you are in management.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Another industry standard 18. Februar 2000
Von Jenifer Wells - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
The basics of information architecture must be understood by anyone designing a web site. Granted, some people intuitively know these basics, but for the rest of the world, this book will introduce you. Coming to IA from the highly organized world of library science, the authors know the ins and outs of making information available in an easy to use organizational system. Obviously, anyone going into IA should read this book; it's considered a standard. It's not a bad idea to loan it to your content developers and coders, too, though. If they know a little better where you're coming from when you suggest ways to organize information and pages, they may be more receptive to your suggestions. The only drawback is that the sites used for examples are a bit dated now, and there are some innovative things being done currently with navigation that aren't covered here as a result. Get this book now, and if they come out in a year or two with a revised edition, take a look at the new examples.
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