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Information architecture

Lesson Plan Published 11/11/13 Last updated on 5/22/19
Information architecture (IA) allows easy access to content - it's all about ensuring that users can get what they came for. Use this activity to introduce information architecture to help students organize web projects where users have easy access to content and information.
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Web
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1-2 Hours
Custom Standards
ACA Dreamweaver 1.1, 1.2, 1.5, 2.5
ISTE NETS-S
Creativity and Innovation
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Andrew White

Posted on 9/30/17 1:22:11 AM Permalink

​Again, try other lessons in the web development classes. I don't remember which they were but there was at least one, perhaps two, that I found that didn't download all the assets. Rather than having to constantly check the compressed file contents and ultimately end up downloading the individual assets, I've just resigned myself to download them individual and be done with it.

Lastly, it would be nice if the downloaded files matched the wording in the link. Instead, we have to play decoder, sometimes the filenames have little resemblance to the title on the web page. If that's too difficult. then it would be a help to put a list number (1, 2, 3, etc) ahead of the web page title and a matching number at the beginning of the filename.

Andrew White

Posted on 9/29/17 6:59:32 AM Permalink

​You might check the other lesson's "Download All" buttons. I've found others that don't.

Adobe Education

Posted on 9/29/17 5:32:14 PM Permalink

Hmmm...I just tested and the folder downloaded all the assets for this resource. Can you try another browser and if it does or doesn't work email us edex@adobe.com so we can troubleshoot further.

Cheers,
​The AEE Team

Adobe Education

Posted on 9/29/17 5:32:20 PM Permalink

Hmmm...I just tested and the folder downloaded all the assets for this resource. Can you try another browser and if it does or doesn't work email us edex@adobe.com so we can troubleshoot further.

Cheers,
​The AEE Team

Jaime Ball

Posted on 2/15/16 11:14:42 PM Permalink

I noticed that your "download all" link only seems to download a zip file with the ppt file only. I tried several times and extracted a couple times as well. All the link downloads is the Powerpoint, not the lesson plan and tips .pdf files. Not a big deal, I downloaded the resources individually without trouble. I just thought Adobe Education should be aware of this. Thanks for the great lesson plan! :)

Adobe Education

Posted on 2/16/16 3:41:38 PM Permalink

Indeed it does! Thanks for letting us know Jaime. We'll fix this shortly. We really appreciate members like you letting us know when you notice things like this - with the growth of the community we can't catch "everything". Thanks again for taking the time and care to help us. And so glad you like the lesson plan!

Cheers,
The AEE Team

Adobe Education

Posted on 2/19/16 7:30:24 PM Permalink

Hi Jaime - the Download All link has been fixed and should now work for you to download all the files at once.

Jaime Ball

Posted on 2/15/16 11:13:54 PM Permalink

I noticed that your "download all" link only seems to download a zip file with the ppt file only. I tried several times and extracted a couple times as well. All the link downloads is the Powerpoint, not the lesson plan and tips .pdf files. Not a big deal, I downloaded the resources individually without trouble. I just thought Adobe Education should be aware of this. Thanks for the great lesson plan! :)