Posts Tagged: ia

Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA

I just gave a talk for World IA Day at U Mich in lovely Ann Arbor entitled “Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA.” Below are the slides, followed by links to the resources I mentioned in the talk. (Apologies for comical looking fonts:

Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA

I just gave a talk for World IA Day at U Mich in lovely Ann Arbor entitled “Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA.” Below are the slides, followed by links to the resources I mentioned in the talk. (Apologies for comical looking fonts:

Uncertainty in Information Architecture

Below are excertps from a longer essay I wrote several years ago that never got published, mixed with a passage from Designing Web Navigation. In thinking about breadth vs. depth recently, I returned to this line of thinking and wanted

Uncertainty in Information Architecture

Below are excertps from a longer essay I wrote several years ago that never got published, mixed with a passage from Designing Web Navigation. In thinking about breadth vs. depth recently, I returned to this line of thinking and wanted

Conference Hopping

Just back from a small whirlwind of conferences and events. Though I’m tired of travelling this year, it was a good way to pack a lot into a short period of time. Here’s a really really brief rundown. I’ll try

Conference Hopping

Just back from a small whirlwind of conferences and events. Though I’m tired of travelling this year, it was a good way to pack a lot into a short period of time. Here’s a really really brief rundown. I’ll try

Librarians, IA, and the Long Tail of Information Spaces

Not sure if anyone has ever made this connection before, but I’m going to give a try. Let me know if you’ve heard this already. Here goes: If we consider all published information in the world, we can assume it

Librarians, IA, and the Long Tail of Information Spaces

Not sure if anyone has ever made this connection before, but I’m going to give a try. Let me know if you’ve heard this already. Here goes: If we consider all published information in the world, we can assume it