James Robertson

At the IA Summit in Vancouver, James became known as the "intranet guy", and if the shoe fits... James runs one of the leading intranet consultancies, and happens to be based in Sydney, Australia. He's published a number of reports, covering search, intranet strategy, staff directories and content management systems. James has also written over 150 articles on these topics, as well as presenting at conferences across the globe. He's also getting serious about his photography, with plenty of photos on Flickr (www.flickr.com/photos/shingen_au). Oh, and he has a blog, which he posts to in the mornings while his brain is still warming up...

Stories by James Robertson

August 16th, 2007

Demolition Derby

Book Review: The Myths of Innovation

Scott Berkun demolishes the myths that surround innovation, as well as providing a solid foundation for understanding how innovation really happens. If you are involved making creative, powerful ideas real, this book is a must-read.

April 17th, 2007

Enterprise IA Methodologies:

Starting Two Steps Earlier

Information architects working within enterprises are confronted by unique challenges, relating to organisational culture, business processes, and internal politics. James Robertson pulls the strands of situational spaghetti to get to the root of the project.