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Trends and statistics in information architecture worldwide - OZIA 2008

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Information architecture is growing rapidly as a practice. This presentation takes statistics and data from popular card sorting tool OptimalSort and provides insight into who calls themselves an …

Information architecture is growing rapidly as a practice. This presentation takes statistics and data from popular card sorting tool OptimalSort and provides insight into who calls themselves an \"information architect\", where they are from, and what they are doing online. It shows which industries IAs come from, titles we give ourselves, most common first names of people in the profession and the most popular category labels created from a pool of 114,000 card sort participants.


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  • 1. Information architecture in the Cayman Islands architecture This is your life..
  • 2. You are male.
  • 3. Database numbers Surveys Web analytics Phone interviews 12 months
  • 4. You are not alone
  • 5. 117,932 people
  • 6. 3,875 sorts
  • 7. 2,522 sorts
  • 8. 1,354 sorts
  • 9. 121 countries
  • 10. Where in the world?
  • 11. 120 countries Top 10 are
  • 12. 1,500 members
  • 13. 2,552 customers
  • 14. 200 per day
  • 15. BIGor small places
  • 16. 5,169 staff
  • 17. Size of the team
  • 18. You do a lot of things.
  • 19. Words used to describe job
  • 20. You create.
  • 21. 32,399 labels
  • 22. Bringing it all together.
  • 23. Jennifer
  • 24. Michael
  • 25. Emily
  • 26. Demo 10am, lunch, 3.15pm www.optimalworkshop.com sam@optimalworkshop.com