What is Cross-channel

Trees on the shore of Orsasjön, Dalarna

Simon and Tomas? Who the hell are they and what do they have to do with cross-channel, multi-channel, pervasive information architecture and cross-media? Is that a guitar-and-mandolin duo, by any chance? If it is, I'm out of here.

Pervasive IA Workshop

My workplace while the Pervasive Information Architecture book was being written

At the end of March I'll be presenting my workshop on Pervasive Information Architecture at the 12th ASIS&T IA Summit in Denver, Colorado. It's going to be a great gig, and you can register for it online directly on the IAS11 website. If you want to know a little more, this post is for you. Read on.

Of Patterns and Structures

Open-air wooden structures in Jönköping, Sweden

As with many a good discussion, this got started by chance.
While I was cruising around with too many tabs open in my browser, one of them caught my attention. Stefano Bussolon (@sweetdreamerit), psychologist and information architect, was commenting on something Peter Morville (@morville) had just tweeted on structures and patterns. That seemed interesting.

Workshoppe à la Parisienne

Spermwhale skeleton at Hvalsafari Andenes, Norway

I'll be hosting a pre-conference workshop at EuroIA 2010 on September 23: An Introduction to Information Architecture. If you think you might be interested in joining us for a few hours of IA and hands-on design, or you are just curious about how the workshop is going to roll, well, this is the right place to be: just read on.

A Preliminary IA Bibliography

Files and folders

When some two years ago we started working on what was to become the Journal of Information Architecture, I had already started charting what academia was thinking and writing on the subject of IA. It was not easy, as the one word which could basically explain how the field looked was fractured.

My Dad's portable Underwood

Big rock small rock

Information architecture, way-finding, user experience, and design.

Usability banzai

Title says it all. The Takeshi's Castle of web site usability

Life in the tech lane

I used to be a sysadmin, and I still rsync now and then.

Daglig Svenska

The undersea adventures of getting settled in Sweden. Just details from a very small picture.