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A new generation of tools lets information architects redesign navigational patterns of Web sites with relative ease, letting them try experimental and even radical linkage patterns.

Traditional development methods meant that, when site architecture changed, each page on a site had to be manually modified. Often, the changes were complex and error-prone. As a result, architectural redesign required lots of time and lots of planning. The emergence of content management systems and, later, of personal content management assistant, has facilitated greater freedom and spontaneity of architectural design.

The problems of ExperimentalArchitecture are closely tied to the challeng of hypertext editing. How do we revise a hypertext's structure? How can we know that we are improving it?

related: InformationArchitecture

-- Last edited October 27, 2002

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