Good IA Book?

28 Jun 2012 - 10:42am
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Hi All,

I need to buy ONE good IA book for my UX library and am considering either Information Architecture for the World Wide Web by Morville or Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web by Wodtke.

Any thoughts on which one of those is better to have if I can only get one? Any other recommendations?

thanks in advance for your feedback.



28 Jun 2012 - 11:56am

I'd recommend Pervasive Information Architecture, by Resmini and  Rosati.  Came out last year, very deep book.


But the other 2 are great, really should get all 3.

28 Jun 2012 - 10:45pm

Simple and Usable Web,Mobile,and Interaction Design》 

Author:Giles Colborne 


this book is great, I highly recommend you to read it.

12 Jul 2012 - 8:48am
Joe Sokohl

I don't understand why you're limiting yourself. Both books are good, and both are on my shelf. They do overlap some, but they also provide unique views on IA.

I would also second Pervasive IA, though it is more theoretical and less hands on. Among my other go-to IA books are Greg Nudelman's Designing Search, Peter Morville's Search Patterns, Jim Kalbach's Designing Web Navigation, and Eric Reiss' Practical Information Architecture.

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