Issue 1-2, Volume 4 of the Journal of IA
From Fisher, Norris & Buie's “Sense-making in Cross-channel Design”
Successful cross-channel user experiences rely upon a strong information layer that creates understanding and meaning amongst users of a service. This informational layer is both pervasive and reliant upon the individual conceptual model that users of a service create in their minds.
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The Journal of Information Architecture is an international peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its aim is to facilitate the systematic development of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture.
The Journal of Information Architecture is published biannually in English and Volume 4, Issue 1-2 is the current issue.
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