Essential Topics in Information Architecture
Information Architecture (IA) focuses on everything you can define about a solution without specifying the underlying system (the raw plumbing) or specifying the particular user interface that will be employed to deliver and manipulate the information. IA is implementation and system independent.
The IA is concerned with the architecture of how information is used, how it flows, and how it fits within the user’s world (its context).
This publication details important areas of interest in the principles and practice of implementing Information Architecture.