COMM 4520 – Information Architecture
This course examines theoretical and empirical issues in the field of Information Architecture, aiming to identify and utilize principles of information organization, collect and interpret empirical data on human information behavior, and develop and apply methods of information design all in the service of creating usable architectures of information. Focus is on developing experience for professional information architecture projects.
Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisite: COMM 4750, or another 4000-level COMM course, or permission of instructor.
When Offered: Spring term annually.
Cross Listed: Cross listed with COMM-6620. Students may not obtain credit for both courses.