Understanding the Information Architecture of Legislative Data in the Digital Age
Written on September, 2022
The quest to digitalise parliaments across the globe has catapulted the importance of designing a robust and intuitive information architecture for legislative data. This undertaking is not just a technological challenge but a complex interplay between user needs, institutional requirements, and the ever-evolving nature of legislative work. This essay critically analyses the pillars that underpin a well-designed information architecture for legislative data, elaborating on its characteristics, the need for a user-centric approach, and the nuanced differences between data management and data governance.