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IA Strategy: Addressing the Signatures of Information Overload

February 5, 2012

Article Overview - The amount of information we consume and manage is growing in both its volume and volatility. Probably worse than the self-inflicted burden of information glut that we’ve invented for ourselves is the fact that the less we know about information overload, the less we can know about the relevance of our collective stockpiles of information. In this article, Nathaniel Davis introduces a segmentation of signatures that begin to paint an actionable picture about information overload. Having this perspective helps to provide a broader strategic lens for implementing information architecture strategy.

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nathaniel davis

Nathaniel Davis
Information Architecture Analyst and Practitioner
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About DSIA Research Initiative

DSIA Research Initiative is a private think tank dedicated to advancing a formalized discipline of information architecture based on IA theory, research and practice. DSIA Research Initiative makes a large part of its knowledge available through the DSIA Portal of IA as a way to improve awareness of information architecture. The Initiative is also committed to facilitating a collaborative bridge between the professional field of information architecture and academic institutions as a way to offer students a solid perspective of information architecture and its relationship to user experience design.

About Methodbrain
Methodbrain is a private practice that specializes in information architecture research and strategy. Methodbrain established and currently curates the DSIA Research Initiative as a way to foster a formal dialogue around information architecture.


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