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IA, a fundamental function of the UX process, is not effectively addressed

Why is information architecture important?

Information Architecture (IA) is the discipline that focuses on making information findable and understandable. The concept has evolved significantly since the late 1970s, when Richard Saul Wurman first coined the term in his book Information Anxiety. Unfortunately…




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Samir M Rodríguez

Samir M Rodríguez

Sr. UX Engineer | Product Designer at Cognizant

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