The Information Management Architects will work closely with clients and project team representatives to support development and implementation of information architecture models and structural components within an EDRM solution.
Identifying user requirements by researching and analyzing user needs, preferences, objectives, and working methods; studying how users consume content, including data categorization and labeling;
meeting with focus groups.
Planning information architecture modelling by studying the site concept, strategy, and target audience; envisioning architectural scheme, information structure and features, functionality, and user-interface design;
creating user scenarios; preparing data models; designing information structure, work-and dataflow, and navigation; evaluating information representation;
and conducting creative meetings.
Organizing information using user behavioral patterns and introducing them into structured environments; crafting interactive experiences;
producing workflow diagrams, user scenarios, flowcharts, and storyboards; preparing interaction specifications for solution elements / components, navigation rules, organization of information, and site maps;
coordinating with business, technology, visual, structural, editorial, cognitive, and brand strategists.
Implementing information architecture through electronic diagramming and interactive prototypes or mockups including visual and contextual layouts and navigational elements;
coordinating with Web Producer and Production Developer to integrate site concept, visual design, writing, interface, and navigational structure;
documenting structure and processes.
Validating information delivery by developing and completing usability test plans; content mappings; evaluating patterns of use;
studying user feedback; coordinating with subject matter experts or Usability Specialists
Conducting electronic solution technical design and usability activities by supporting component integration research to determine use case scenarios and design options
Investigating client requirements for content and structure of information deliverables and developing requisite standards for content assembly in multiple media or environments that address client business requirements
Building a user-focused understanding of the underlying content structure of the information types they must produce and developing standards based on those structures
Instantiating business rules into the structures to support user-adoption and encourage compliance (governance)
Creating structures that promote finding and reusing content in multiple contexts, including metadata schemes to label content appropriately
Successful candidates will have extensive EDRMS experience
Successful candidates will have e xtensive federal government experience.
Expertise and Skills
Architecture, Data Architect 8 - 10 years
Multi year engagement, National Capital Region