The Difference Between Information Architecture and UX Design
Newsletter Sign Up Original UX articles Curated Resources Never miss an issue! Information architects form the blueprints of the web Next to explaining what I do for a living, the second question I most frequently hear is: “What’s the difference between Information Architecture and User Experience?” Information Architecture, according to Wikipedia, is “the art and science of organizing and labelling websites … to support usability.“ According to the same source, User Experience is “the way a person feels about using a product, system or service. Even with regards to its definition, User Experience takes Information Architecture as its foundation and brings it to the next level. Information Architecture concerns structure Information Architecture is a relatively old term. Information Architects work to create usable content structures out of complex sets of information. And here’s why: Information Architecture comprises only small a part of a user’s overall experience. Being easy and cool
• UX - Interaction Design - Multimedia System
• interface design & user experience
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• Arquitectura de la información