Focuses on methods used to improve the navigation of classification systems, or taxonomies, and the design and implementation of these methods.
Reference for learning about the theory and practice of information architecture.
Includes an Information Architecture Glossary, and slides for 12 Information Architecture presentations. April 7-9, 2000, Boston, MA.
Journal dedicated to discussing, improving and promoting the work of the information architecture community. Offers current, as well as previous issues and submission information for authors.
A resource site with information, links and analysis on information design and architecture, usability principles, Web design, content development and Internet news. Produced by contentologist G. A. Buchholz.
Information about standards, methods and tools for Enterprise Architects, conference agenda and publications of Jaap Schekkerman.
An annotated, rated directory of online resources in information architecture and information design.
Principles of the creation of effective management systems: overview, experiences on introduction and development, legitimacy and an error.
News forum for information architects.
Using automated software tools, they work with to categorize, link and filter the content clients need. London-based company.
Dedicated to the growth and improvement of the information and experience industries through the provision of a centralized online resource. Features news, organizations, publications and events.
Consultancy based in Melbourne, Australia provides usability, user experience design and information architecture services. Features usability resources, articles, presentations and contact information.
A look at various information architecture deliverables.
Book on how to blend aesthetics and mechanics for web sites and intranets that are easy to navigate and appealing to users, are scalable and simple to maintain. Features sample chapters, errata and reviews. By Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville.
A solution provider for customer retention and web analysis for building profitable relationships with web site users.
Articles about IA and the WWW. Written from the day-to-day experience of building and living online.
Includes links to Information Architecture resources by Jesse James Garrett.
Information architect and partner at Futuredraft, an experience design consultancy. Co-author of "Information Architecture for the Web and Beyond".
Dublin, Ireland-based IA and documentation specialists. Publishes monthly newsletter, KLARIFIED.
Information architecture consulting services from Louis Rosenfeld, a leading industry expert. Also hosts Bloug, a weblog on information architecture.
Knowledge transfer services. Specializing in information architecture development for Fortune 1000 companies and federal and state governments.
Entries on making information useful. Includes archives.
Reports on Web usability, usability engineering, and a minimalist approach to Web quality, recommended links/books.
Offers information design and product strategy (tangible and Web-based). Located in Portland, Oregon, USA. Detail on services, clients, and company profile.
Rachel M. Murray Information Design Inc. is an information architecture firm specializing in innovative planning and design for all forms of information - both digital and traditional.
Survey results. We're compensated decently, don't put in ridiculous hours, don't have to travel too much... And apparently our employers don't require too much experience.
Mailing list archives for the SIGIA-L mailing list, a discussion forum for information architects.
James Robertson explains that card sorting is a very simple method of working with users to come up with a usable information design.
User experience design for web sites. Strategy, information architecture, interaction design, usability. Features services, portfolio, clients, resume and contact information.
From the World Wide Web Consortium. These guidelines are the closest you can get to official usability standards.
Lists of links on the topic of information architecture. Includes articles by knowledgeable authors, as well as the expected links to major organizations and resources.
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