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8 Principles of information architecture


Tegra - September 5, 2019 - 0 comments

8 Principles of information architecture.

8 Principles of information architecture

[Key Points from the book «Eight Principles of Information Architecture» by Dan Brown] ▪️◾️◼️

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  1. Principle of objects: Treat content as a living, breathing thing with a lifecycle, behaviours, and attributes.
  2. Principle of choices: Create pages that offer meaningful choices to users, keeping the range of choices available focused on a particular task.
  3. Principle of disclosure: Show only enough information to help people understand what kinds of information they’ll find as they dig deeper.
  4. Principle of exemplars: Describe the contents of categories by showing examples of the contents.
  5. Principle of front doors: Assume at least half of the website’s visitors will come through some page other than the home page.
  6. Principle of multiple classifications: Offer users several different classification schemes to browse the site’s content.
  7. Principle of focused navigation: The principle of focused navigation — Don’t mix apples and oranges in your navigation scheme.
  8. Principle of growth: Assume the content you have today is a small fraction of the content you will have tomorrow.
1. Principle of objects.  Treat content as a living, breathing thing with a lifecycle, behaviors and attributes.
2. Principle of choices.  Create pages that offer meaningful choices to users, keeping the range of choices available focused on a particular task.
3. Principle of disclosure.  Show only enough information to help people understand what kind of information they'll find as they dig deeper.
4. Principle of examples.  Describe the contents of categories by showing examples of the contents.
5. Principle of front doors.  Assume at least half of the website's visitors will come through some page other than the home page.
6. Principle of multiple classification  Offer users several different classification schemes to browse the site's content.
7. Principle of focused navigation.  The principle of focused navigation - Don't mix apples and oranges in your navigation scheme.
8. Principle of growth.  Assume the content you have today is a small fraction of the content you will have tomorrow.
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