Whether you're a web designer or specialize in graphics, information design is one of the fundamental principles of good design. Check out these excellent information design resources.
More best practices for wireframing and prototyping with a focus on web apps for your next project.
Interactive expert Jason Tselentis talks wireframing best practices and what you need to know when wiring your next project.
Web expert Chris Butler gives website prototyping advice for exploring the user experience by building a working model before designing your actual website.
Bluecadet's incisive, nested site for the McNulty Prize houses deep, diverse content in a non-traditional user interface. But the site didn't emerge full-blown: The designs required careful planning and research.
Say hello to Brian Miller author of the best-selling book Above the Fold: Understanding the Principles of Successful Web Design. He’ll be speaking at the upcoming HOW Interactive Design Conference, and you can find him on Twitter. You may not know Brian Miller personally, but you probably know his work—in fact, we’ll guess that “Above the Fold”...
To help you understand what information architecture means today, Brian Miller explores the basics of creating a good user experience.
Looking for an information architecture job in Louisiana? Peter Mayer, an advertising agency in New Orleans, is seeking an information architect to align creative approaches with usability design. Click through to learn more and apply: Using a customer-focused approach, the Information Architect will define content structure, navigational systems, user/process flows and page interactions for...
It's important to determine the structure of your site before you start adding content. Think about how you want visitors to use your site, and sketch out a sitemap.