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...
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".
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?".
The IAI publishes a Salary Survey each year that examines salary in terms of experience, education, age, gender, geography, and job category so that you can get insight about IA salary expectations. The institute’s annual salary survey is one our most viewed and widely shared items.
Thank you to everyone who joined the virtual 2017 Information Architecture Institute annual general meeting on October 11 at 9am PT/4pm GMT.
Here are some of the links we mentioned in todays meeting:Salary Survey sneak peek – The full report will be coming out soon! IAI Library...