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  • How Design Impacts the Bottom Line

    On a whole, the art of Web design has begun to be better understood as a necessity in the world of ecommerce and content management. After all, content is only as good as its design and vice versa.

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  • The Results Are In - Information Architecture Salary Survey 2007

    It's that time of year again. No, not the holidays; end-of-the-year salary surveys, of course. Like clock work, the Information Architecture Institute released their 2007 IAI Salary Survey and it looks like the gender pay gap is narrowing, if ever so slightly. This is the first year the IAI chose

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  • Info Architecture Summit '08: Call for Papers!

    Calling all information architects! Being the planners and navigators that you are, I'm sure you already have April 12 -14 penciled into your Moleskine planners. Those are the dates for the 2008 Information Architecture Summit in Miami, Florida.

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  • Mark Your Calendar for the IDEA Conference!

    The Information Architecture Institute, an organization that works to improve information architecture across networks of organizations through education, research and advocacy, has an amazing idea! Well, they have lots of great ideas, but in a transparent attempt to be clever, I'm referring to their upcoming IDEA Conference 2007. IDEA

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  • The Best Websites are Useful and Ugly

    Functionality and usefulness are far more important to the success of your website than how nice and elegant it looks.The first time I saw the Grand Canyon was a truly memorable experience. The depth, distance and hazy rainbow of colors were like nothing I had ever seen before. The great

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  • Web Design is the Design of Words

    In the design of physical products, the use of words is often seen as a sign of a flaw of the design. On the contrary, in web design, without words, there is no design."If a design depends upon labels [words], it may be faulty," Donald Norman writes in his book,

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  • Websites: Designed by Dogs, Managed by Cats

    A key danger in website design is over-ambition. We need to design a website we can professionally manage.I travel a lot. And when you travel a lot you discover a lot of important things. You learn the answers to crucial questions such as: Why is a dog a man's best

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  • Google Changes Information Management

    The success of Google proves that if you manage content professionally, tremendous value is delivered.Imagine you are very rich and you have a big house. One evening you have guests over. One of the guests asks you where the toilet (restroom) is. You give them instructions and off they go. After

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  • Info Architecture, Going Beyond Pages

    As Web 2.0 becomes more than a buzzword, many information architects are being asked to go beyond organizing the structure of today's websites and page layouts. Such a shift has been well recognized and explored in Lou Rosenfeld's latest update to Information Architecture for the World Wide Web. If you're

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  • Did Ajax Kill the Information Architect? Lou says no.

    Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated, said the pale beast. And so it came to pass that on the 12th month in the 6th year of big numbers the polar bear rose.

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