The key elements of information architecture (IA) are the site map, taxonomy, and navigation.

Relevance

Content Personalization Fact Sheet

By Content Science

We have only scratched the surface of what’s possible with content personalization, and it's time to take the next steps.

Modeling
People moving blocks to represent a content taxonomy

Resource Center for Creating a Winning Taxonomy

By Content Science

Access our subscriber-only resource center for a one-stop-shop for all you need to put together a winning taxonomy.

Modeling
Two people working on a taxonomy structure

How Thomson Reuters Is Reshaping Its Ecommerce Taxonomy To Reach More Customers

By Rachel Waskosky

Learn how Thomson Reuters built a new ecommerce taxonomy to serve the company's more than 300 websites.

User Experience

Designing Connected Content: Book Excerpt

By Carrie Hane and Mike Atherton

Learn about well-designed content + user experience from this Designing Connected Content: Plan and Model Digital Products for Today and Tomorrow excerpt.

Information Architecture
Stakeholders work together on a new website information architecture

Achieving Buy-In for Your New Information Architecture

By Content Science

Follow our top tips for getting your stakeholders to buy into your new information architecture.

Events, Resources, + More

Content Vision: Defining Your North Star Webinar

Feb 15! Learn how to define your North Star in this free Content Science webinar.

ContentWRX Demo

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The Content Advantage Workshop

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