I recently attended a presentation at Harvard Business School by information architecture (IA) guru Peter Morville. Peter is creator of the findability.org blog, founder of IA and user experience (UX) consulting firm Semantic Studios, and author of several O’Reilly books on IA including Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (with Louis Rosenfeld), Search Patterns (with Jeffery Callender), and Ambient Findability. He is currently consulting with Harvard Business School’s Baker Library and has done work for everyone from Ford and the Discovery Channel to the Library of Congress and the International Monetary Fund.
Here’s a link to Peter’s Prezi on the subject, which was a small part of the presentation he gave. Good stuff.