A person who organizes inherent patterns in data to make complexities clear. He or she uncovers patterns and relationships and then structures content allowing users to find paths to knowledge.
a type of designer, just as Graphic Designers, Technical Designers, Database Designers, Furniture Designers, etc
a vital member of a web development team, playing a critical role in how content is organised on a website
a vital member of a Web development team, playing a critical role in how content is organized on a Web site
Information architect is the job designation for a person who practices information architecture, a person dedicated to organizing and structuring content for access on an intranet web site. A relatively new discipline with as yet no official certification process, an information architect takes into account issues concerning content, users and business context as they impact the information design. Developing a taxonomy is one of the functions an information architect would undertake. An information architect may specialize in thesaurus design, metadata and classification. Specialists in classification are sometimes referred to as taxonomists.