Journal of Information Architecture Releases Spring 2010 Issue

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.

Editorial: A Good Start
by Dorte Madsen

Topic Maps - From Information to Discourse Architecture
by Lars Johnsen

Lars Johnsen suggests how Topic Maps may function as a means of extending "information architecture" into "discourse architecture".

Beyond Findability
by Spagnolo, Bolchini, Paolini, & Di Blas

Luigi Spagnolo, Davide Bolchini, Paolo Paolini and Nicoletta Di Blas introduce Search-Enhanced Information Architecture (SEE-IA), a coherent set of information Architecture design strategies.

Maturing a Practice
by Hobbs, Fenn, & Resmini

Jason Hobbs, Terence Fenn, and Andrea Resmini introduce practitioners and the fields of UX and IA at large to the basic concepts of practice-led research (PLR), and they ask "How can PLR improve information architecture and user experience design at large?".

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