IA, Information Architecture Continues to Evolve
Information Architecture Lifts the American Economy Out of an Economic Recession with High-Technology and International Talent
Information Architecture, IA of websites and applications is becoming more successful, and profitable in 2017 because they are able to satisfy consumers increasing demands in the modern economy, as the world evolves into rapid consumers of high-end technology.
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Advanced web design, or user experience/user interface design uses information architecture, is essential to good web design in the modern economy. How users enjoy their web design experience today depends on several factors, which are found in top Fortune 500 websites, and applications built by top agencies across the world. All websites have key elements like navigation, organized content, hierarchy and design of user interaction (Chestnut & Nichols).
These IA elements blossom into life through the process of designing of developing websites and applications. Websites and web applications which have solid UX/UI and sound wireframes have created good business in the past several years, and ensured that top American companies like Walmart have made huge profits (Chestnut & Nichols).
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Implementing top technologies has enabled Fortune 500 companies in the USA to reap huge profits, albeit the cost of professionals from other countries. High-technology has no mercy, and is constantly evolving to meet users’ demands.
As a result of high-technology being implemented across USA’s businesses, the American stock market is changing, finally moving the country out of depression into 2018.
It will be interesting to see how the USA deals with talented foreign workers as a majority of companies continue to use top UX/UI designers and developers from both America and overseas, skilled in high-tech for the information architecture of their desktop/mobile websites and applications, and if the world will ever be the same again.
Chestnut, Donald & Nichols, Kevin P. UX For Dummies. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2014.