Information architecture research is vital to solving problems such as an inefficient navigation system or making improvements to a site. Explore the role of research in information architecture in this tutorial. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Web-User-Experience-tutorials/Foundations-UX-Information-Architecture/122427-2.html?utm_campaign=LoBg5JHTlZ4&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube.
This tutorial is a single movie from the Foundations of UX: Information Architecture course presented by lynda.com author Chris Nodder. The complete course is 1 hour and 57 minutes. Find how your users think about the world, and transition those lessons to your product’s navigation, content classification, and layout.
1. What Is Information Architecture?
2. Research to Determine Information Architecture
3. Creating and Running a Paper Card Sort
4. Analyzing a Paper Card Sort
5. Running and Analyzing a Computer-Based Card Sort
6. Creating an Information Architecture from Your Analysis
7. Validating the Information Architecture with Reverse Sorting
8. Computer-Based Reverse Sorting
9. From Information Architecture to Navigation Structure
10. Testing That You’ve Got It Right