Information Architecture Today

I'm deeply immersed in a tangible futures project that roughly involves translating ambient findability concepts into compelling, credible applications.

This work strays beyond the normal stomping grounds of the polar bear. But, in the rare occasions that I come up for air, it's great to see so much energy and innovation coming from within the information architecture community today.

There's an impressive slate of candidates running for the IAI Board, and I love what Livia Labate, Russ Unger, and Matthew Milan are doing with Open IAI.

Plus, the CFP for the Tenth Annual IA Summit has been posted and includes an intriguing new idea. Well, that's my IA for today. Now, back to the future!

Peter -

There's a fine line between "useful" and "creepy" in mobile search, and we are still finding our way through it.