After completing the course satisfactorily, students should know:
- Theoretical principles and methods of information architecture with a practical orientation for different environments, applications and artifacts.
- Articulate principles of user-centered design and employ some of its tools in a practical way.
- Products to communicate the results of design processes.
Acquire skills in:
- Planning, developing and designing information architectures.
- Use formal models to identify and integrate users, user requirements and user characteristics in the design of information architectures.
- Communicate knowledge and information architecture solutions combining words and diagrams in the context of a hypothetical project.
And acquire competences in:
- Apply scientific theories and methods on information architecture, interactive design, organize categories, test users and information
- The principles involved in the organization and representation of recorded knowledge and information.
- Organize and communicate information and knowledge through the information architecture
- Identify and structure their own learning needs in relation to the use of the information architecture in a specific context