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Woman ticking checklistAs part of its 2013 research programme, IBF is conducting a survey into the latest best practices in developing user-centred information architecture. Everybody who participates in the survey will get a summary of the results, and relative analysis.

We believe this is an important topic for intranet professionals, and a must for improving findability in any intranet. This survey will give us an idea of current practices and approaches, what has worked and perhaps what has been less successful.

The survey should take about ten minutes to complete. We want to hear from anybody who has carried out an exercise in creating or refining an information architecture which involved the user population in some capacity.

Click here to take part in the survey

All answers will be treated in the strictest confidence and will not be passed on. For more details please visit our privacy statement at http://digitalworkplacegroup.com/privacy-statement,

All participants will receive the summary of the survey results, along with relative analysis, by email once the survey is closed.

About the author

Steve-BynghallSteve Bynghall is a research associate, benchmark evaluator and knowledge manager for DWG. He is also a freelance consultant, researcher and writer specializing in knowledge management, collaboration, intranet and social business. Steve previously worked at accountancy firm BDO in a variety of knowledge roles, including managing its global extranet programme. He recently co-wrote a book on crowdsourcing with Ross Dawson.

Steve is passionate about being able to work from anywhere, and is occasionally seen in local coffee shops with his trusty laptop. When not working, Steve can be found exploring London with his family.

Connect with Steve on Twitter: @bynghall or on Google +.

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