Happy New Year from the IAI

We hope this holiday season finds you well. As 2016 comes to a close, please keep the Information Architecture Institute in mind for either renewing your membership or considering a year-end contribution to the IAI. Your involvement with this community is important to us especially as we move into an exciting new year with a myriad of renewed goals.

In 2017 we plan to: 

- Build upon the new IAI site to provide an excellent experience 

- Refine our extensive library giving you valuable IA resources

- Produce World IA Day for thousands of people all over the world

- Develop closer ties with educational institutions to help you find IA educational options

- Provide our IAI annual salary survey to help you leverage the right salary

- Offer meaningful partner discounts for tools and services that matter to you

This is a great time to renew your IAI membership or to consider a year-end IAI gift! We will send you a donation form for tax purposes. 

Thank you for being a part of our mission to promote awareness, provide support and to expand opportunity for people and organizations who practice IA.

With tremendous thanks,

The IAI Board of Directors – Dan, Samantha, Judy, Jason, Rachael and Lara

If you have questions about your login or membership status, please feel free to email us at info@iainstitute.org.

Recent News

Feb 15 2018

The IAI Board of Directors serves the Information Architecture community with new elections every two years. We are thrilled to have a talented list of candidates for nomination for the upcoming Board of Directors for 2018-2020. Voting begins February 15, 2018 – February 27, 2018 at 12am EST. We...

Dec 18 2017

The 2016 IAI Salary Survey was the third that I’ve conducted. In those three years the industry has undergone significant changes. We’ve seen large enterprise companies buy up independent design consultancies and/or build their own in-house operations to deliver improved digital experiences....

Nov 16 2017

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has been examining IA and developing a framework for how IA can be used to develop an inventory of federal government programs. The problem they are facing is inconsistency around definitions and information across agencies. The ultimate goal is to...