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Information Architecture for the World Wide Web by Peter Morville
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Dec 21, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: 2010, design, ia, user-experience
Read in June, 2010

This book was hugely helpful to me as I begin a career in Information Architecture. The only downside to it is that, because it's so comprehensive, it goes on a bit too long. But it had a good mix of theory combined with practical advice, which is always nice.

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Mitchell Mckenna Dave! How did I not have you on GoodReads?!?

How are you finding this book? You reading it for work or personal? As someone from the Dalhousie Informatics program, this sounds like it'd be right up my program's alley.

Dave Emmett I joined up a few months back, but only just started putting info into the site, so it makes sense we weren't friends before.

I'm reading it for work/personal. I'm doing IA contract work for the summer, so I want to read as much as I can about it, but I also enjoy it, so it's kinda for fun.

It's good so far, you should pick it up from the library and give it a peruse.

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