A Brief History of Information Architecture

«A Brief History of Information Architecture», part of Chapter 3 of Pervasive Information Architecture, has just been republished in an edited version by the Journal of Information Architecture. The text tries to draw a few lines in the history of information architecture and describes the ongoing shift from structuring a single item (page or website) to structuring the ecosystem.

Pervasive IA Workshop

Attending the workshop, you will learn how to break out of the silo and design pervasive information architectures for improved user experience. Pervasive information architectures are consistent information spaces that are not limited to the Web but bridge across all active communication channels for a given company, product, or service.
When and where: Wednesday, March 30 – Information Architecture Summit, Denver.