Information Architecture

Alexander Rehm on November 30th, 2017

…ever?? Yes! A lot of aspects add up to an inclusive web experience. Considerations that might not come to one’s mind in the first place — like the use of inclusive language or providing alternatives or descriptions for complex visualizations.Or, accessible considerations such as providing transcripts for audio content. To get your site on the […]

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Alexander Rehm on June 22nd, 2011

The popular wireframing tool has just been updated to v6! Aside from a number of fixes, the most notable features of this version are: Sketch Effects – Sketch Effects enable you to give your wireframes a more sketchy, grayscale look and feel to allow the audience to focus on the information architecture, interactions, and functions […]

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Alexander Rehm on February 10th, 2009

Working in a busy office is one of the best parts of being a designer or information architect – you can bounce off ideas, discuss projects with others and get their input, and you can generally have a good laugh. That is until the time comes where a new project is being started or requirements […]

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Alexander Rehm on December 19th, 2008

My day to day work consists of a lot of time spending on the internet, looking at web presences of current clients, prospective clients and their (and our) competition. My tool of the trade being FireFox 3 (especially considering that IE seems to have a little problem). I am using a number of addons which […]

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Alexander Rehm on December 3rd, 2008

It has been a couple of weeks since I last wrote about Information Architecture, be it IA and user testing or designing for the mobile web in mind, and I want to talk about a topic today which relates somewhat to a somewhat new-ish step in Information Architecture, namely the integration of user retention and […]

Continue reading about Information Architecture for Game Publisher websites (part 1)

Not so long ago I was asked by a client, if it was possible to change a couple of sections within their site as they just updated their product structure: the client was expanding their products to list two more categories. To make them stand out, their marketing team was thinking of using different colours […]

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Alexander Rehm provides a quick breakdown of usability / user testing and accessibility testing for websites and prototypes

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Alexander Rehm on April 12th, 2008

Alexander Rehm discusses website Information Architecture, from the initial sitemap to developing best-practice website prototypes and planning out user-testing

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