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Information Architecture

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IA Summit 2017: Architecting Community

The 2017 IA Summit is over, but the excitement and comradery shown by all the information professionals participating on the last day of the conference was still palpable. For me, the excitement of the first day hadn’t depleted and I was thirsty for more knowledge. These are some of the talks I had the chance to experience as the summit drew to a close. Yellow may stimulate creativity I started...

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IA Summit 2017: Co-evolving for the Benefit of All

Day Two of the IA summit expanded on the concept of making AI and humans work together and become adaptable with each other instead of fighting for dominance in the design process. These are some of the sessions that developed this concept further and shone a light into how human knowledge must be applied to machine capabilities to make solutions work more effectively for users. Don’t forget to human Elizabeth...

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IA Summit 2017: Designing for Humans

The first day of the 2017 IA Summit overwhelmed me in the best way possible. I attended a variety of sessions, talks and discussions about how machines and humans are meant to work together, as a team, to solve the different challenges people face today. In keeping with the theme of “Designing for Humans,” some talks expanded on the role of the information architect and how they can enhance their...

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IA Summit 2017: Designing for Humans

The first day of the 2017 IA Summit overwhelmed me in the best way possible. I attended a variety of sessions, talks and discussions about how machines and humans are meant to work together, as a team, to solve the different challenges people face today. In keeping with the theme of “Designing for Humans,” some talks expanded on the role of the information architect and how they can enhance their...

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The Pain With No Name

Twenty-five years into designing and developing for the web and we still collectively suck at information architecture. We are taught to be innovative, creative, agile, and iterative, but where and when are we taught how to make complex things clear? In my opinion, the most important thing we can do to make the world a clearer place is teach people how to think critically about structure and language. We need...

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The Pain With No Name

Twenty-five years into designing and developing for the web and we still collectively suck at information architecture. We are taught to be innovative, creative, agile, and iterative, but where and when are we taught how to make complex things clear? In my opinion, the most important thing we can do to make the world a clearer place is teach people how to think critically about structure and language. We need...

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Putting the “Twingle” in Information Architecture

The “polar bear book” is considered by many to be the information architecture bible. Officially titled “Information Architecture for the World Wide Web,” but nicknamed for its cover image, the book covers everything from navigation to metadata, aesthetics to technical issues. Now, 16 years after his famous book came out, author Peter Morville is making waves with a fresh look at IA in his new book: Intertwingled. We’re very excited...

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