Introducing the Information Architecture Institute

February 14, 2005 -- AIFIA is proud to announce the launch of its new identity: The Information Architecture Institute.

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To achieve wider recognition for information architecture, the Institute's leadership embarked on a process to create a new identity. While the AIfIA name has been well-received and well-known in the user experience community, the name has little equity in the world beyond. Difficulty with spelling and pronouncing AIfIA led us to look for a simpler, clearer alternative.

The new name, The Information Architecture Institute, brings the desired clarity and simplicity to the brand. The new identity, and accompanying new logotype, will roll out across all media in the coming weeks. Please bookmark www.iainstitute.org.

As an organization, The Information Architecture Institute remains committed to the same principles: advancing the theory and practice of Information Architecture, and providing quality content and services to our growing member community.

Please contact us for additional information about the transition.

Recent News

Jul 17 2016
Architecting Information Like Richard Saul Wurman and Christopher Alexander

A workshop in two parts, presented by Dan Klyn for the benefit of the Information Architecture Institute.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Wednesday, 21 September.

Cost € 300 full day / € 150 half day...

Apr 26 2016

Please join the IA Institute in Atlanta on the Saturday of the IA Summit. We are hosting and facilitating a working session to architect the information of Georgia House Bill 757 . Reserve your seat today by emailing us at at info@iainstitute.org .

Architecting The Information...

Mar 24 2016

As the elected leaders of an international board of trade that’s dedicated to making complex information clear, our hearts go out to the people of Georgia.

It is not clear as of this writing whether Georgia House Bill 757 will become law. What’s even less clear: how different are the...