The very first issue of the Journal of Information Architecture was published yesterday, after much dedication and tirelessness from contributors around the world.
The Journal of Information Architecture is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its aim is to facilitate the systematic development of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture.
The long term goal of the journal is to serve as a forum for new research and sharing of good ideas and case studies that are useful to the field’s researchers, practitioners, students, and all other interested parties.
Table of Contents for Volume 1, Issue 1:
- Dorte Madsen
Editorial: Shall We Dance?
- Gianluca Brugnoli
Connecting the Dots of User Experience
- Helena Francke
Towards an Architectural Document Analysis
- Andrew Hinton
The Machineries of Context
- James Kalbach
On Uncertainty in Information Architecture
The Journal of Information Architecture is an independent initiative of the Research & Education Group in IA (REG-iA), and is sponsored by the Copenhagen Business School and Information Architecture Institute (IAI).
If you’re interested in submitting a paper for Volume 1, Issue 2 to be published in the Fall, find out the details here. The deadline is August 1, 2009.
Congratulations all to a job well done. As time goes on, I’m sure this will prove to be a worthy addition to the body of knowledge on information architecture. It’s been a long time coming!
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