James Pyles writes "Morville and Rosenfeld's book is a real eye-opener for anyone who wants to understand the complexities
of organizing web information at the enterprise-level. This isn't about how to put together a standards-compliant
website (well, it is sort of) or how to develop web applications or graphic design for webpages. True, all of those
functions are necessary for web development but the (apparently) growing career of Information Architecture (IA)
is an entity all its own.
Let me backup a minute. Many of us develop websites as individuals. I work with a team of software engineers
documenting a wide variety of information for them and their customers. To this end, I administrate
the group's Intranet site and it has to be many things to many people. I organize data, try to make it easy to find, try
to make it visually appealing and maintain different security levels for different groups. I wear a number of different
hats depending on my customers' requirements."