Tuesday 17th July, 2007
3:30pm to 5:00pm
This is a practical session following from the plenary on information architecture by Keith Doyle. The aim of information architecture is to improve the information ecology which is made up of the interaction between users, content and context. What is the process and methodology required to develop an information architecture? What are the key tools and enabling services which are required to implement information architecture? How is this process evolving at Salford? There will be a chance to look at the information architecture of institutional web sites, tips for improving the design of sub-sites, and we will look at and discuss real world examples. Keith Doyle is Web Content Architect at the University of Salford.
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