The Future of Information Architecture

This book looks at the issues surrounding why information is processed, stored and applied in the way that it is. Contrary to the wisdom held by many scholars in human history, the recurrent debate on the explanation of the most basic categories of information (such as space, time, causation, quality and quantity) has been misconstrued, to the effect that there exist some deeper categories and principles behind these categories of information - with enormous implications for our understanding of reality in general. Chapters in the book include: The role of information architecture, Information architecture and taxonomy, and Information architecture and network.

Produk Detail:

  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Pages : 283 pages
  • ISBN :
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
CLICK HERE TO GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Information Architecture

The Future of Information Architecture

The Future of Information Architecture
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Release : 14 April 2008
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Information Architecture

This book looks at the issues surrounding why information is processed, stored and applied in the way that it is. Contrary to the wisdom held by many scholars in human history, the recurrent debate on the explanation of the most basic categories of information (such as space, time, causation, quality and quantity) has been misconstrued, to the effect that there exist some deeper categories and principles behind these categories of information - with enormous implications for our understanding of reality

The Future of Information Architecture

The Future of Information Architecture
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 March 2008
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Information Architecture

The Future of Information Architecture examines issues surrounding why information is processed, stored and applied in the way that it has, since time immemorial. Contrary to the conventional wisdom held by many scholars in human history, the recurrent debate on the explanation of the most basic categories of information (eg space, time causation, quality, quantity) has been misconstrued, to the effect that there exists some deeper categories and principles behind these categories of information - with enormous implications for our

Information Architecture

Information Architecture
  • Author : Gerhard Schmitt
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 19 October 1999
GET THIS BOOKInformation Architecture

With increasing intensity, CAAD (Computer Aided Architectural Design) is determining the daily work of today's architectural offices. Computers allow complex designs to be visualized and altered with great speed and accuracy; three-dimensional models can be created with simulation and animation possibilities, and links to the World Wide Web provide access to a flow of information. The author develops his thesis that these aspects do not just enable the creative process to be optimized in a quantitative sense but also qualitatively.

Information Architecture

Information Architecture
  • Author : Wei Ding,Xia Lin,Michael Zarro,Gary Marchionini
  • Publisher : Morgan & Claypool Publishers
  • Release : 27 February 2017
GET THIS BOOKInformation Architecture

Information Architecture is about organizing and simplifying information, designing and integrating information spaces/systems, and creating ways for people to find and interact with information content. Its goal is to help people understand and manage information and make the right decisions accordingly. This updated and revised edition of the book looks at integrated information spaces in the web context and beyond, with a focus on putting theories and principles into practice. In the ever-changing social, organizational, and technological contexts, information

Information Architecture

Information Architecture
  • Author : Earl Morrogh
  • Publisher : Pearson
  • Release : 19 October 2021
GET THIS BOOKInformation Architecture

This state-of-the-art look at the emerging profession of Information Architecture shows readers from a broad range of technical areas—e.g., visual design, information design, library science, information science, and human-computer interaction —how this new multidisciplinary profession integrates the skills and practices of their respective professions. An important complement to typical IA books (which focus only on the “how to” of designing and building web sites), this foundations book explores IA from its historical roots to its exciting future, showing

The Future of Post-Human Accounting

The Future of Post-Human Accounting
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : IAP
  • Release : 01 June 2014
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Post-Human Accounting

Is the invention of accounting so useful that, as Charlie Munger once said, “you have to know accounting. It's the language of practical business life. It was a very useful thing to deliver to civilization. I've heard it came to civilization through Venice which of course was once the great commercial power in the Mediterranean”? (WOO 2013) This positive view on accounting can be contrasted with an opposing view by Paul Browne that “the recent [accounting] scandals have brought a new

Information Architecture

Information Architecture
  • Author : Alan Gilchrist,Barry Mahon
  • Publisher : Facet Publishing
  • Release : 19 October 2021
GET THIS BOOKInformation Architecture

The advent of the computer has facilitated an exponential growth in the tools and techniques for manipulating information. Much of the development has been ad-hoc, driven by general management practises of gaining productivity and efficiency through the greater use of computers. Little attention has been paid to the broader issues of coherence and co-ordination of the information increasingly used to drive modern organizations. This book addresses these broader issues. It starts from the perception that information systems and sources need

Information Architecture

Information Architecture
  • Author : Christina Wodtke,Austin Govella
  • Publisher : Pearson Education
  • Release : 22 January 2009
GET THIS BOOKInformation Architecture

Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web, Second Edition introduces the core concepts of information architecture: organizing web site content so that it can be found, designing website interaction so that it's pleasant to use, and creating an interface that is easy to understand. This book helps designers, project managers, programmers, and other information architecture practitioners avoid costly mistakes by teaching the skills of information architecture swiftly and clearly.

The Future of Post-Human Mass Media

The Future of Post-Human Mass Media
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 14 January 2009
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Post-Human Mass Media

Why should mass media be informational and accurate as much as its proponents would claim—and, conversely, disinformational and propagandistic as much as its critics would argue? Contrary to the conventional wisdom held by many since the modern era of mass media, neither of the two opposing views is correct, to the extent that a total analysis of media influence has yet to be adequately explored and understood. Something fundamentally vital to the analysis of communication has been missing. This

The Future of Post-Human Waste

The Future of Post-Human Waste
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 01 December 2012
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Post-Human Waste

Is waste (or trash) really so useless that, as William Faulkner once wrote, “[r]ead everything—trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. . . . If it is good, you’ll find out. If it’s not, throw it out the window”? (TE 2012) Interestingly, this critical view of waste (or trash) can be contrasted with an opposing observation by Isaac Bashevis Singer, who once famously said that “the waste basket is the writer’s best friend.” (TE 2012a)

The Future of Post-Human Transportation

The Future of Post-Human Transportation
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 03 January 2013
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Post-Human Transportation

Can transportation really have such a destructive impact on society that, as Jay Holtz Kay (1998) once forcefully wrote, with the automobile industry as an example, that “the modern consequences of heavy automotive use contribute to the use of non-renewable fuels, a dramatic increase in the rate of accidental death, social isolation, the disconnection of community, the rise in obesity, the generation of air and noise pollution, urban sprawl, and urban decay”? (WK 2012) This negative expectation from transportation, with the automobile

The Future of Post-Human Culinary Art

The Future of Post-Human Culinary Art
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 03 January 2013
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Post-Human Culinary Art

Is culinary art really so exact that, as Delia Smith once wrote, “cooking is an exact art and not some casual game”? (BQ 2012) This exact view of cooking can be contrasted with an opposing observation by Tom Jaine, when he argued that, “if cooking becomes an art form rather than a means of providing a reasonable diet, then something is clearly wrong.” (BQ 2012a) Contrary to these opposing views (and other ones as will be discussed in the book), culinary

The Future of Post-Human History

The Future of Post-Human History
  • Author : Peter Baofu
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 15 March 2012
GET THIS BOOKThe Future of Post-Human History

Is history really so universalistic (even when similar events happen in different contexts) that, as George Santayana (1905) once famously wrote, “[t]hose who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”? This more universalistic view of history can be contrasted with an opposing view which is more relativistic in orientation, as shown by the equally known remark by Winston Churchill that “[h]istory is written by the victor,” to the extent that what is regarded as true in history