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Today in class we hit the ground running.
Todd presented us with what is required for the assignment for the course and the understanding that we have TWO clients visiting our class tomorrow to discuss their business and their request for building them a website. 865 more words
We might as well start with Web 2.0, the Web version that the majority of us are familiar with.
The term Web 2.0 is describe by Tim O’Reily founder of O’Reily Media “the understanding that the network is the platform and on the network is a platform the rules for business are different, and the cardinal rule is this one, … 704 more words
Information Architecture and Web 2.0
The second and third generations of the Web (or Web 2.0 and 3.0 respectively) share at least one element in common: improved user experience (UE). 685 more words
Imagine being a post man and your sack contains letters without an address!
Instead, each letter has a ‘looks like’ sentence on the front.
So instead of 21, The Street, Great Town, Greatford, GR3 4AT the envelope says ‘three bedroom semi that used to have purple curtains’ 410 more words
Originally published on LinkedIn on January 26, 2016.
Information architecture may seem at first to have little in common with science fiction. After all, what does the organization, design, and structuring of information have to do with the imagination and exploration of what could have been and what might be? 563 more words