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Picture an architect planning, designing, and creating buildings and other physical structures.
They need to design buildings that are functional and pleasant to use, while also being technically sound and aesthetically pleasing.
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They were single-handedly responsible for many important contributions in what is today known as human-computer interaction.Real World Examples: Signage at airports, and subway navigation maps are great examples of Information Architecture in the real world.They both play the role of helping people understand where they are, what’s around, and what to expect.What can we do as a community to correct this rather embarrassing problem?Sadly, while we have been “defining the damned thing” within our own relatively closed community, Wikipedia editors, or Wikipedians, have been labeling many of our artifacts “stub” to “start” quality and of “low” to “mid-importance.” Years-old, unaddressed criticism of the Wikipedia article on information architecture includes the admonishments that we have no academic conferences or publications, that we use “peacock” terms and unverified claims, and that our thought leaders and pioneers are not notable enough for Wikipedia. In 1996 Richard Saul Wurman described information architecture as “the creating of systemic, structural, and orderly principles to make something work – the thoughtful making of either artifact, or idea, or policy that informs because it is clear.” [1, p.16] In fact, Wurman coined the phrase in his 1976 program for the American Institute of Architects annual meeting.