Workshop: IA Summit 2004

Content Management for Information Architects

What are the key concepts that underlie a successful content management effort? How can content management environments better serve the needs of their various audiences? What strategies and techniques can information architects use to effectively meet content management objectives?

This full-day workshop (sponsored by AIfIA) focuses on the link between information architecture and content management. Presentations by the industry’s leading experts and relevant case studies will provide attendees with well-grounded knowledge and numerous opportunities to participate. Special emphasis will be placed on the integration of IA knowledge and deliverables into the CM process.

Areas of focus include:

Those new to the content management world will get a chance to hear what the experts advise regarding key issues. Those with experience in the content management arena will be able to build upon what they know, deepen their knowledge of fundamental issues, gain exposure to a wide variety of processes and implementations, and learn from their peers.

Who Should Attend

Information Architects, Information Designers, Content Managers and Strategists, Project Managers, CMS Developers

Workshop Leaders

Time and Place

Friday, February 27, 2004
Austin Hilton
Austin, Texas, USA


Your registration fee goes to support the non-profit activities of AIfIA and ASIS&T. You can register for the workshop on the IA Summit website.


This workshop is organized by The Asilomar Institute for Information Architecture (AIfIA), in cooperation with ASIS&T. AIfIA is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to advancing and promoting information architecture. Founded in 2002, AIfIA has over 400 members in 30 countries. Learn more about and join AIfIA at .

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