Challenging the current state of the IA field to consider the ramifications of not standing up for our own label.
Writing is one of my favorite past times, and the primary way I capture my process and thinking around information architecture. In 2009 I started a blog Abby the IA after being encouraged to share my voice with the IA community. The articles below are a mix of original content from that blog and content I have developed in the last few years.
Understanding the right environment and support structures for information architecture practices to be successful…
Sometimes you have to step away from the comfortable and start something new.
Pondering the difference between the art part and the science part of information architecture…
I want as many people as possible to learn about Information Architecture and what better way to learn than in your pajamas.
Information Architecture is more than understanding our mess and our users, but also our co-workers, clients, and partners.
The one where I try to convince each and every one of you that information architecture is a critical life skill that you already use in your work and play…
There are three little questions that make up every project. They must work together to create successful solutions.
You can't please everyone, it's actually impossible. But sometimes we can't help but be bogged down by opinions that don't matter.
The way we use language is important. The words we chose can change the way we feel about our work.