11/19/2012

Architecture Education: Eight Principles of Information Architecture


This manual describes regarding eight principles of information architecture, which is including the principle of objects, the principle of choices, the principle of disclosure, the principle of exemplars, the principle of front doors, the principle of multiple classification, the principle of focused navigation, and the principle of growth.

For more details about the eight principles, you can read for yourself in the following manual. Download, read and increase your knowledge about the world of architecture.

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