Information Architecture

Credits: 
3

Information architecture is the art and science of organizing, structuring, and labeling components in information systems to provide meaningful experiences for users. In this course, students will explore issues of data and information organization and structure, system navigation, interaction design, search and query issues, and user interface. Students will learn about the interdependent nature of users, content, and context.  Students will analyze existing systems as well as develop information architectures for new applications.

Offered in fall.

Pre-Requisites: 

Pre- or co-requisite: IM 701.

Course Number: 
IM 703