SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] effective information architecture sites
Re: [Sigia-l] effective information architecture sites
I'll think more about this today, but the one that immediately jumps to mind
is the BBC food site:
I love this site both as a user and an IA - the relationship between items has
been done well - lots of very useful related links. Every time I go there, it
draws me in and I spend a lot of time and find heaps of interesting recipes.
I haven't used anything else on the BBC, so am not sure whether the rest of
the site is well architected.
I don't know that we usually say that amazon, ebay & cnn are beautifully IA'd
- they are usually given as examples of very usable sites, which can be quite
On Wed, 18 Feb 2004 18:41:21 +0100 (CET), Ramón Ortiz wrote
> Hello all:
> I've read many articles about IA principles, and
> usually find that examples about effective information
> architecture designs are allways about the same 4 or 5
> tipycal examples (amazon, ebay, cnn, ...).
> Anyone could give me a complete reference list of 10
> or 20 sites considered the top ones in IA?
> Thanks in advance
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