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Oct 29, 2003: Italian IA

Come posso tornare alla homepage? Cosa significa questa label? These and other important questions are answered in Information Architecture, the first IA book I know of to be originally written in Italian. The authors are Laura Caprio and Beatrice Ghiglione, two of the people behind the site InformationArchitecture.it, "il primo sito italiano sull'Architettura dell'Informazione."

Congrats to Laura and Beatrice!

Related note: as part of its Translating IA initiative, AIfIA has made Italian translations of various IA materials available.

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Comment: Livia Labate (Oct 29, 2003)

...and we'll soon translate "Capitolo Uno" from Laura and Beatrice's book to English and other languages... :)

Stay tuned! http://aifia.org/translations/

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