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The Argus Center for Information Architecture provides leadership in defining and advancing the evolving discipline of information architecture.

What We Do
The Argus Center serves as a focal point for learning about the theory and practice of information architecture. Towards this goal, we:

  • manage a selective collection of links to the most remarkable content, events, and people in our field.
  • produce original articles, white papers, conferences, and seminars that draw from the experience and expertise of the Argus team.
  • conduct research, independently and through partnerships, focused on improving our collective understanding of information architecture.
Who We Are
The Argus Center for Information Architecture was created by information architects for information architects.

It is sponsored by Argus Associates, a consulting firm that specializes in information architecture design for Fortune 100 and Global 500 clients. Peter Morville, Louis Rosenfeld, and the entire Argus team contribute to its development.

The Argus Center also draws from the broader community of information architects, through partnerships with individuals, corporations, and universities.

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