Adapting Information Architecture for Lean and Agile Environments with DoGo Mapping

January 8, 2015

A good practice when building anything is to begin with the end in mind, and information architecture provides a context for doing just that when building a website. Information architecture generally applies to websites, but can also apply to web applications, mobile applications, and social media software.

Due to the dynamic nature of lean/agile methodology projects, UX designers on agile teams often abandon traditional information architecture practices and go straight to prototyping. This is unfortunate because a good IA will guide the site as it evolves.

IA typically considers important concepts such as the find-ability, taxonomy, and, perhaps most importantly,…read more
By Rob Keefer


via UX Magazine

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