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To me IA is about mapping the development of a project over its lifespan, and translating the client's business vision into practical interaction models.
Over the years I have come to enjoy the challenges and intricacies of Information Architecture, and have provided specific IA services to clients including BBC Music, IG Index, T-Mobile, Freeserve, The London Review of Books, Teachers TV, UnLtd, and TimeBank.
Whilst all projects involve an element of site planning (you wouldn't drive across the country without a map, would you?), those presented here were particularly complex, and I think, show a good insight into IA methodology.
An example of search and browse wireframes created for a library app (iPad iteration).
An example of a mental map created as part of the design process for the search functions on the London Review of Books website.
An example of a process map created as part of the design process for the subscribe pages on the London Review of Books website.
High Resolution wireframes created as part of the UX process for viewsflow.com
Sample sitemap created as part of the UX process for viewsflow.com
Widget design created when I was working as Senior IA for IG Index.
Mental Mapping process as part of the design for PureDeal v 2.0.
Storyboards for BBC Radio 2's 'Sold On Song' project.
A 'pyramid' approach to helping the BBC map its music content onto users' wants and interests. As the BBC is a publicly funded service, all results had to be measured against specific learning objectives.