Information architecture (IA) focuses on organizing, structuring, and labeling content in an effective and sustainable way. The goal is to help users find information and complete tasks. To do this, you need to understand how the pieces fit together to create the larger picture, how items relate to each other within the system.
usability.gov – Improving the User Experience
…the purpose of your IA is to help users understand where they are, what they’ve found, what’s around, and what to expect. As a result, your IA informs the content strategy through identifying word choice as well as informing user interface design and interaction design through playing a role in the wireframing and prototyping processes.
The Application of Information Architecture to Non-fungible tokens (NFTS)
- Common NFT Attributes / Properties
- Data Transformations of NFTs to 3rd party platforms for Usage
- Minting of NFTs using “industry standard” templates, where supported
- NFT “Logical” Repositories –
- For example, references to support heterogeneous platforms