(…) it also made me realize that IA had been stunted by its relationship with user experience. Because information architecture, when approached with the depth and rigor that is warranted, is a deeply seated operational and organizational function. The UX component of information architecture, how information is represented to end users, is important, but truly a tip of the iceberg. And not just Peter Morville’s iceberg. But in order to IA to have the impact it could and should, IA needs to free itself from being seen under the umbrella of UX, and instead pursued as a distinct, and difficult, practice that’s not just about taxonomies and semantics, but the organizational, operational, and technological change to realize that.
Wyrwane z kontekstu – User experience has stunted information architecture
27/01/2014 - Kategoria: cytaty