Talking about Information Architecture: Bibliography

Articles, books, and presentations reviewed as part of the Talking About IA presentation at the 2020 IA Conference.

Arango, Jorge. (2011). “Architectures.” Journal of Information Architecture. Vol. 3, №1. (link)

Arango, Jorge. “Links, Nodes, & Order.” Jarango, 7 Apr. 2013, (link).

Arango, Jorge. Living in Information: Responsible Design for Digital Places. Two Waves Press, 2018.

Bakhtin, M. M. The Dialogic Imagination: Four Essays. University of Texas Press, 2017.

Covert, Abby. How to Make Sense of Any Mess. CreateSpace Independent PublishingPlatform, 2014.

Covert, Abby. “Information Architecture Heuristics.” Abby the IA, 4 Feb. 2012, (link).

Culkin, John M. “A Schoolman’s Guide to Marshall McLuhan.” The Saturday Review, 18 Mar. 1967, pp. 51–70.

Dalton, Richard. “Using the Characteristics & Principles of UX.” A More Mauvy Shade of Pinky Russet, 18 Feb. 2012, (link).

Garrett, Jesse James. “ia/recon.”, 29 Jan — 5 Mar. 2002, (link).

Garrett, Jesse James. “The Memphis Plenary.”, 22 Mar. 2009, (link).

Govella, Austin. “Evaluating Experience Design.” Thinking and Making, 21 Feb. 2005.

Greenfield, Adam. Everyware: the Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing. New Riders, 2006.

Greenfield, Adam. “To IA or Not IA.” v-2.Org, 4 Oct. 2006.

Haverty, Marsha. “2018 Information Architecture Summit Closing Plenary.” Medium, 9 Apr. 2018, (link).

Haverty, Marsha. “Acting Naturally: Why Design Needs Ecological Psychology” from UX Week 2017. SlideShare, 7 Sept. 2017, (link).

Haverty, Marsha. “What We Mean by Meaning: New Structural Properties of Information Architecture”. 2015 IA Summit, Minneapolis, MN. SlideShare, 27 Apr. 2015, (link).

Hinton, Andrew. “25 Theses of Information Architecture.” Andrew Hinton, 2 June 2003, (link).

Hinton, Andrew. Understanding Context: Environment, Language, and Information Architecture. O’Reilly, 2015.

Hinton, Andrew. “What We Make When We Make Information Architecture.” Reframing Information Architecture, Springer, 2016, pp. 103–117.

Instone, Keith. “Navigation Stress Test.” Keith Instone, (link).

King, Kat. “Rhetorical dishonesty”. 2018 World IA Day, Ann Arbor, MI. Feb. 2018, (link).

Hinton, Andrew. “Unlocking LATCH”. 2014 Ignite UX Michigan. Oct 2014, (link).

Klyn, Dan. “2017 Information Architecture Summit Closing Plenary Address.” Medium, 28 Mar. 2017, (link).

Klyn, Dan. “Dutch Uncles, Ducks and Decorated Sheds — Notes on the Intertwingularity of Meaning and Structure in Information Architecture.” Reframing Information Architecture, Springer, 2016, pp. 119–129.

Klyn, Dan. “Understanding Information Architecture.” The Understanding Group (TUG), 9 Nov. 2019, (link).

Klyn, Dan. “What Good Means.” Medium, 1 June 2016, (link).

Kristeva, Julia. The Kristeva Reader. Edited by Toril Moi, Blackwell, 2002.

Martin, Lisa Maria. Everyday Information Architecture. A Book Apart, 2019.

Morville, Peter. “User Experience Design.” Semantic Studios, 21 June 2004, (link).

Nielsen, Jakob. “10 Heuristics for User Interface Design.” Nielsen Norman Group, 24 Apr. 1994, (link).

O’Toole, Garson. “We Shape Our Tools, and Thereafter Our Tools Shape Us.” Quote Investigator, 13 Dec. 2018, (link).

Resmini, Andrea, and Luca Rosati. Pervasive Information Architecture Designing Cross-Channel User Experiences. Morgan Kaufmann, 2011.

Resmini, Andrea. ASIS&T EuroIA. “The Poetics of Information Architecture,” 2013. (link).

Rosenfeld, Louis and Peter Morville and Jorge Arango, et al. Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing for the Web and Beyond. Oreilly & Associates Inc, 2015.

Rosenfeld, Louis. “Information Architecture Heuristics.” Bloug, 17 Aug. 2004, (link).

Wodtke, Christina. (2013). “Vegas, MySpace, and the Tyranny of Taste.” Journal of Information Architecture. Vol. 5, №1–2. (link).

Since 1998, Austin Govella has built products and services for some of the world’s largest enterprises. Austin wrote Collaborative Product Design (O’Reilly) and co-authored the 2nd edition of Information Architecture: Blueprints for the web (New Riders) with Christina Wodtke. His work appears in the 3rd edition of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web and The User Experience Team of One.



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