Information Architecture is the practice of organizing any digital product to support usability and findability. It is a process of arranging content in a product in an understandable manner, taking into account the different structures and navigational mechanisms needed to interact with it. This involves creating structures that are intuitive, effective and easy to use, as well as ensuring that all the relevant content is properly labeled and organized in a logical way. With the right information architecture, users can easily find the content they need and navigate the product with ease. This practice can help increase user satisfaction, as well as make products more efficient, effective and successful.
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