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Information Architecture  (EQUE302)

Time: 9am - 4pm
Duration: 1 day

Description:

In this course you will learn how to: Utilize your experience research to group and label content; Develop a controlled vocabulary and relevant taxonomy; Identify which information architecture methods are best for your project; Group and label your content and functions in a manner most useful to your users.

Prerequisites:

None

This course is currently available in another city, on demand or for private classes only. Call us at 888.484.2933 to learn more about our flexible scheduling options or complete our Information Request Form and we will contact you to arrange a class date that is suitable to your availability.

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • What is Information Architecture?
    • Who should organize your content?
    • Who should determine workflow and processes?
  • Utilizing your user experience research
    • Using research to guide information architecture
    • Creating a concept model
    • Using personas and scenarios to guide process flow and swimlanes
    • Creating a controlled vocabulary
    • Developing a taxonomy
  • Information Architecture Methods
    • Identifying functions and mapping functions to content
    • Using metaphor
    • Card Sorting
    • Affinity Diagrams
    • Site Maps

Private training is available for this course.

Call us at 1-888-484-2933 to learn more about our flexible scheduling options or complete our Information Request Form.

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