Journal of Information Architecture, Issue2, Volume 2 Released

Issue 2 Volume 2, Fall 2010, of the Journal of Information Architecture
is out and available at

Table of Contents

Eric Reiss
Editorial: An Information Architect by Any Other Name
pp. 1-4

Elise Conradi
pp. 5-24

Downey & Banerjee
Building an Information Architecture Checklist
pp. 25-42

Martin FrickŽ
Classification, Facets, and Metaproperties
pp. 43-65

Articles can be read online, commented, or downloaded in PDF format.

About the Journal of Information Architecture

The Journal of Information Architecture is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its aim is to facilitate the systematic development of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture.

The long term goal of the journal is to serve as a forum for new research and sharing of good ideas and case studies that are useful to the field's researchers, practitioners, students, and all other interested parties.

The Journal accepts submissions for its upcoming issues. Read about the Journal's Peer Review process at:

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