User Experience Treasure Map

Jeff and I are delighted by the wonderful response to our first collaboration.

User Experience Treasure Map

We're hoping all that positive energy will sustain us during the many months of writing (and sketching) that lie ahead. So, THANKS EVERYONE!

Strange Connections

Project Information Literacy has published Finding Context, a fascinating report of preliminary findings on the research and presearch behavior of students.

Don't miss IA Growing Roots, a provocative article about self-definition and the mature thinking behind the impending Journal of Information Architecture.

I was interested in REG-IA and the folks behind the Journal of IA, and so I asked Andrea Resmini about it at

Here's what he had to say:


Peter, we are hours away from announcing a (the) survey aimed at finding out about IA in Higher Education. Plus we are working on the Journal, which should be unveiled at the IA Summit. So, short answer, we do have a lot of stuff to publish on our web site (, including a call for participation, but that has been put on hold for absolute lack of time *and* manpower.

But if you have any short-term question or curiosity, I'm here, and so is everyone else currently involved with the working group (Dorte Madsen, Katriina Byström, Nils Pharo, Stanislaw Skorka, Luca Rosati).


I'm excited to hear about the survey and The Journal. Thanks to all the folks who are working hard on these initiatives!