Tag Archives | IA Institute

I’m Blogging From World IA Day in Ann Arbor

Today I’m blogging at World IA Day in Ann Arbor, MI. Part of a worldwide day to celebrate and learn about the discipline of information architecture, the Michigan event is kicking off shortly on the University of Michigan campus.

I’m on the board of the Information Architecture Institute, a worldwide organization that promotes the discipline and practice of IA. Learn more — and join — at the IA Institute website.

For more from World IA Day all over the world, follow #wiad on Twitter.

My posts from World IA Day-Ann Arbor

The History of Information Architecture — And What’s Changing

The Future[s] of IA

Architecting Search-Engine Friendly Websites

Letting Go of Perfection: Developing IA Agility

Comments { 0 }

IA Institute Board Elections — I’m Running

Update, 9/20/2011: Wow, I’m so honored to say, I was selected! Here are the details.

Original post:
I’m really excited about some of the changes and updates going on with the IA Institute, one of the professional organizations supporting the information architecture discipline. And so when they made the call for nominations for the board of directors, I decided to throw my hat into the ring.

If you’re in the IA Institute, I’d value your vote — but there are several great candidates. Please be sure you cast your ballot by 9/19/2011 when the election ends.

Comments { 0 }