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Information Architecture for Products

What terms and concepts do you use to deliver your product experience?

What organizational structures do you use to present those terms and concepts?

To what degree is the meaning you intend through those choices clear to the person for which you intended it?

These are the questions to ask yourself when attempting to make a product make sense to others. Information Architecture is the practice of making sense of meaning through the consideration of ontology, taxonomy and choreography. In this three hour workshop we will discuss and work through what it means to think about affecting the information architecture of a product.

As seen at: UX London