User Experience (UX) - Information Architecture
Information Architecture is the underlying premise for how content is organized in software and websites, to give it meaning for the end-user. With roots in library science and the core skill for understanding how to build an effective website navigation, this course will take you through the methods of organizing information, teaching you how to build a taxonomy appropriate to a given website or piece of software. This course explores tenets of taxonomy, semantics, findability, decision theory and context.
Eligibility Restriction (Pre-Requisite)
- User Research or equivalent experience
As part of Bellevue College, we’re a proud Northwest educator with a 50-year history of adult learning and inclusion. Opened to more than 32,000 learners each year. In the heart of the Pacific Northwest's tech hub, Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College provides forward looking professional training designed for today’s lifestyles and the future of work.
Through strong relationships with top tech employers we collaboratively design learning experiences that meet corporate demand. Located in the backyard of Microsoft, ten minutes away from Expedia, Pokeman, and Eddie Bauer headquarters and twenty minutes away from Amazon, Adobe and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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