Information architecture is more important today than ever before. However, many digital designers working today don’t realize there’s an area of practice dedicated to structuring information to make it easier to find and understand. That’s why I created my Information Architecture Essentials workshop. It’s a great way to get started towards making more relevant and valuable digital products and services.
I’ll be teaching the workshop in Zurich in February as part of World IA Day Switzerland, and in Orlando in March as part of the IA Conference. Can’t join us for either of those events? Well, I can also lead bespoke instances of the IA Essentials workshop to help internal design teams come up to speed quickly on information architecture. Please get in touch if you’d like to have me teach the workshop at your organization.
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Eight years ago, a group of committed folks — led by Abby Covert — addressed a need in the world. The discipline of information architecture had an annual conference — The IA Summit (now renamed IA Conference) — that served as a “gathering of the tribe.” Those of us committed to the discipline (and the tribe) made the yearly pilgrimage to the Summit. Doing so invariably has required traveling to somewhere in the U.S. or Canada. But what about the rest of the world? How might IA communities grow everywhere in a more distributed, bottom-up way?