Nov 04


Christina points out that finding the right information at the right time is even more critical and challenging for everyone these days. A lot of you reading this are responsible for getting information to people. Designing those experiences, whether it’s signage in a library, navigation on a web site, search interface for a database or the menus in an app all benefit from information architecture.

For everyone who practices information architecture and for those in related fields the Asilomar Institute for Information Architecture launched today. (BTW, before you ask, the word Asilomar is Spanish for “refuge from the sea.”)

AIfIA includes among its goals raising awareness of information architecture and its value among business decision-makers and decision-influencers by providing IA practitioners with PR materials and tutorials, as well as, offering seminars, workshops, and networking opportunities at professional conferences for those interested in IA. Check it out, join up.

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