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Information Architecture as an Extension of Web Design (17 Feb 2005)
One consequence of this misunderstanding is that information architecture and Web design are often considered mutually exclusive. Information architecture involves organizing, structuring and labeling; Web design involves technical development and visual design. In turn, Web designers have been led to believe that they’re restricted to doing what they’ve always done and should leave the information architecture to the information architects. This does not have to happen.
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