It seems that anyone who can letter a shingle can hang it out and claim to be an “Information Architect (IA).” What level of competence and professional background should we […]
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What are this year’s trends in human-computer interaction, information architecture, usability engineering and user experience? What has happened so far this year in human-computer interaction, information architecture, usability engineering and […]
IA and Library Information Science complement and reinforce each other. Lynn describes the major streams that inform both fields and prospects for the future. Since the dotcom bubble burst, the […]
Professional communicators bring their specialty’s expertise to bear on the topic of information architecture in a lively discussion of problems and solutions as they move into information architecture roles.