The six species of Information Architect

From time to time I have the pleasure of talking to others who do Information Architecture as a part of their work. Sometimes as *all* of their work, although usually as a part. (Of course, there’s lots of debate and confusion over where Information Architecture starts and ends, but I’ve posted about that already). Given that IA as a profession is really only about 10yrs…

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links for 11 April 2006

Structured Blogging now, here’s an interesting idea. Little microformats for particular types of blog posts you might want to make, means the post is tailor to the content *and* aggregation is much sexier… (tags: blogging microformats standards wordpress) Thingness – Melissa Firth’s Blog hooray, Melissa blogs – finally! I call this blog Fictive IA. Go check it out for yourself and find out why. (tags:…

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enjoying analogue wireframing (pencil rules, ok?)

So, I’ve been doing a whole bunch of wireframing lately. I have to admit that, in the last little while, I’d gotten into the habit of wireframing straight into Visio, maybe after a quick thumbnail sketch on a notepad somewhere. The site I’m working on at the moment has quite a bit of application type functionality in it, as well as a whole bunch of…

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