Currently, smart phones and tablet devices are encouraging users to adopt new ways of seeking information through gestures, UI behaviours, and different ways of accessing help content. Users will take more time to interact with these mobile devices with less frustration. In today's era of very short time-spans, mobile application developers and UI designers are required to design and develop innovative ways of reducing their learning time.
Joe Welinske has authored a book on Developing User Assistance for Mobile Apps (http://www....
The Spring 2011 Journal of Information Architecture, Issue 1, Vol. 3 is now available, with an editorial by IA Institute Board member, Dan Klyn describing this addition's articles as a collection of "...no-fuss, panoramic views into IA's way of seeing the design of information, spaces and information spaces."
Read on for a case study in location based services from Jan Eckert of the University of Venice, an examination of Web Information Architeture as a diverse and inclusive practice within the enterprise from Sally Burford of Canberra University and a broader look at "Environments...
The Spring 2010 issue of the Journal of Information Architecture is now available. Issue 1, Volume 2, consists of three articles that span from the more technical approaches to information architecture to the more exploratory.
The Asilomar Institute for Information Architecture (AIfIA) is pleased to announce the opening of the Information Architecture Library, an international collection of the best articles, books, blogs, guides, reports, and other resources related to the field of information architecture.
The IA Library was developed by Joanna Markel and Jeff Tang, two graduate students at the University of Michigan's School of Information. Chiara Fox, Austin Govella, and Peter Morville provided support and served as mentors.