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Practical Information Architecture: A Hands-on Approach to Structuring Successful Websites (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 14. November 2000

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A step-by-step guide for readers explaining the process of creating an underlying structure for a web site. Topics covered include: Setting and achieving website goals; translating the site's goals into meaningful content; organizing the content so that visitors can find what they're looking for.


On-line success doesn't happen by accident!

I wrote this book for people who have a direct influence on the content and structure of a website - sites created for their personal use, for their employer, or for a client organization. Although the market abounds with books on HTML programming and graphic design, very little exists to tell people how to create a "flow chart" for their website - one that helps define and arrange the site's content so visitors can quickly and easily find what they're looking for. Although this isn't a particularly glamorous subject, information architecture is often the single most important step in the creation of a successful website.

As far as possible, I've tried to put together a nuts-and-bolts, hands-on guide to the subject. I've been using and refining the techniques I describe since the late 70s and have been involved in the creation of interactive media on a daily basis since the late 80s - from primitive menu-based DOS applications to the latest in glitzy e commerce sites.

It may come as a surprise, but the problems I've faced over the years have not changed very much, even though the individual programs and interfaces have. That's because the issues of information architecture are generic in nature and are thus largely unrelated to technological advances. A simple analogy: safer cars may keep us from getting killed on the highway, but they don't make us better drivers.

I'm not a theoretician. I'm not a programmer. I'm not a hot-shot designer. Rather, I'm a content provider who, like those I'm addressing, has to solve here-and-now problems that are directly related to the usability and ultimate acceptance/success of a website. This book explains how I think and how I work - my tricks of the trade.

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Für alle, die wissen möchten, was Information Architecture ist, was es für ein Website-Projekt bringt, warum man soetwas studieren sollte, gibt es hier einen exzellenten, aber leider nicht mehr ganz aktuellen Einblick in eine noch recht junge Disziplin, die an Bedeutung in den nächsten Jahren zunehmen wird. Komprimiert und gut zu lesen.
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Von Matt Franklin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've worked with web development for some time now, and having read the previous review, I hesitated to buy this book. Now I'm glad I did! Reiss writes like a dream and makes this important subject accessable to everyone - not just a few seasoned pros. Yes, we've heard most of this before, but never so clearly, and Reiss' shares his experience on several subjects (such as personalization and audience segmentation) that most of us have never had to deal with personally. Far from "dumbing down," his explanations are lucid and his observations are right on target. Reiss also provide loads of hands-on advice, which helps beginners and pros alike avoid expensive mistakes. When presented this logically, the rules of site organization all seems so obvious. But if they really were, why are so many designers still repeating the same dumb mistakes? This book is a "must have."
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HASH(0x9520bc24) von 5 Sternen I want my boss to read this book, too! 19. Juni 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a professional information architect, I was weened on the classic Rosenfeld and Morville book and on first glance, there would seem to be a lot of repitition. However, Eric Reiss has recognized the broader business concerns and helped place information architecture in its proper perspective within the overall project framework. This makes it a VERY valuable book (it certainly got me thinking about a lot of issues I had previously ignored). His examples are well-chosen, his explanations are precise, and his observations are timely. Most important of all, he makes the entire subject MUCH more understandable, particularly for uninformed clients and employers. I hope my boss reads this before the next round of layoffs!
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HASH(0x9520ba50) von 5 Sternen Very informative book! 19. Februar 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found this book to be a great first read and an excellent resource to go back to. I'm a producer at a web firm and information design is a part of my job. This book helped me move to the next level of knowledge and helped confirm, what the author calls "common sense", issues for me. More than worth the investment.
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HASH(0x9520e090) von 5 Sternen Was not indepth enough 20. November 2000
Von Jake Well - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The Book has many strong points. It's easy to read, he's quick and to the point, it's layed out nicely and logically and you can tell he has background in information architecture as well as more technical areas in computer design (although he doesn't show them in the book). This is the first book that I've read on Information Architecture but it didn't seemed to be very indepth but was rather more dumbed down and collected a bunch of obvious facts and put them in one book. Much of the information I already knew and I'm a systems and multimedia developer for positive-edge.com, a web consultant and design company. I was hoping for a more throughal study in information architecture but rather I got the basic grounds as it relates to a project life cycle. It was a good book to get started and I suppose I'd recommend it to someone who's new to structuring web sites with a group of individuals.
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Von Leroy Collins - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I started off feeling kind of so-what about this book. There's lots of useful stuff in it, but most seemed pretty obvious. Not so! I found myself making lots of notes and underlining whole pages. By the time I was finished reading, I had figured out how to fix a usability problem I've been wrestling with for a long time and had lots of other great ideas! The usability solution wasn't in the book, but the inspiration WAS! This book got me to THINKING BETTER. It's been a long time since a computer book did that for me.
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