Posted on July 10, 2013
Part of starting a new job at a company who does not have a user experience group is learning to be proficient in all the areas that they need me to be a part of. A big issue that the company would like to focus on is information architecture, something that I understand, but don’t have much of a background in. That’s why I picked up the book Pervasive Information Architecture by Anndrea Resmini and Luca Rosati. I’ve only begun reading it, but it seems like a really interesting area of research.
So do you ever have to do information architecture in your job?
Do you have good books you enjoy in this area?
Are there areas that you were not knowledgable in that you had to learn for a job?
Let me know in the comments below.