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The art of designing engaging and meaningful user experiences for customer development.
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The Three Views of (Information) Architecture

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Architects of buildings and of information face an identical challenge: how do you visually display an abstract concept? Dan Klyn introduces us to three views that architects use to showcase structures, and teaches us how these translate to IA.

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Cross-Channel Design: A Primer

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Cross-Channel is not about technology, or marketing nor is it limited to media-related experiences: it’s a systemic change in the way we experience reality. The more the physical and digital become intertwined, the more designing successful Cross-Channel user experience becomes crucial.


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The User Experience of Architecture

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 Eye tracking, usability testing, user centred design and accessibility consultancy - Bunnyfoot. Site provides details of our services, information about bunnyfoot, and a range of articles and demos on usability.

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Terry Patterson's comment, December 4, 2014 4:52 PM
What a fascinating article! Thank you for sharing.
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Thanks Terry!!!
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Creating a Cultural Fit: Using ethnography with users and stakeholders

Creating a Cultural Fit: Using ethnography with users and stakeholders | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it

The right design fits the company and its customers—a mismatch on either side results in fatal error.


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The Architectures of Information Spaces

Closing keynote at the UX Poland 2014 "The Human Experience" conference.

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Design meets Data (Linked, Open, Heterogeneous)

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Presentation by Duane Degler from Design for Context, at the 2014 Museums and the Web Conference in Baltimore, MD, on April 5, 2014.


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Findability Primer by Information Architected

Findability - The Art and Science of Making Content Findable 

Why Findability is Critical Today 

Content without access is worthless. With the advent and maturity of the Internet, what was once exclusively the domain of libraries and the private collections of enterprises is now a broadly understood issue. 

Case in point: Moments ago, I entered the word “Findability” into a search tool that indexes the Internet. 

More than 543,000 individual bodies of content were retrieved. Eureka – Findability solved, right? With a simple search, I am able to retrieve “all” of that content. No. The rules of the game have changed significantly.


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We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013

Information architects need to take a larger role in establishing the architecture of the information age.

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The Secret to Building Large Websites: Website Architecture

The Secret to Building Large Websites: Website Architecture | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
To build big time websites, you need to plan big. This guide provides an 11-step website architecture process you can adapt in your projects.

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Terry Patterson's comment, August 7, 2013 11:49 AM
Great article! I saw my role exactly here and I can relate with most all the activities that must be done when building a large site.
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… for the World Wide Web

… for the World Wide Web | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Anyone who questions the relevance of IA by diminishing it to “just” website navigation in 2013 is talking the state of the profession 15 years ago.

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Ghost in the Shell - Information Architecture in the Age of Postdigital #ias13

My presentation at the IAS13, Baltimore.

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Secrets of Brand-Driven Content Strategy workshop #ias13

Facing feature creep and disagreements among stakeholders? Are you trying to incorporate a blog, Twitter feed, or curated content because the CMO likes it… or

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The good, the bad, the pretty and the ugly

Web design Today: The good, the bad, the nice and the ugly With the advent of HTML5/CSS3 and Web fonts, things seemed to look good for people with an aesthetic

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Fenya Su's curator insight, March 19, 2013 10:03 PM

"HTML is the structure, CSS is the presentation, and JAVA-script is the behavior."

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Why UX Designers Need to Think like Architects

Why UX Designers Need to Think like Architects | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it

A look at the parallels between architects and user experience designers, and how the latter group can benefit from the work of the former.


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Romain MAZUIR's curator insight, May 11, 2015 5:12 PM

Why UX Designers Need to Think like Architects #H2MWP

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Why #UX Designers Need to Think like Architects #H2MWP

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Information Architecture for Lean and Agile Projects

Information Architecture for Lean and Agile Projects | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Information architecture helps avoid waste and capture maximum value
earlier in the development and test process. Agile and lean teams should
always begin projects with information architecture for any project that
will run eight weeks or longer.

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How to Conduct A Content Audit

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You can't undertake a redesign of a content-heavy site without a Content Audit. Donna Spencer shows you how to conduct a Content Audit in this sketch video.

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Exploring the Phase-Space of Information Architecture

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Marcia J. Bates defines information as patterns in the organization of matter and energy (2006). We distinguish perceptual and linguistic information not by their fundamental natures, patterns in the organization of matter and energy, but by their particular flavors of pattern.


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ADM and the Zachman Framework

The Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture, sometimes simply referred to as the "Zachman Framework", has become a de facto standard for classifying the artifacts developed in enterprise architecture. It is a logical structure for classifying and organizing the design artifacts of an enterprise that are significant to its management. It draws on a classification scheme found in the more mature disciplines of architecture/construction and engineering/manufacturing, used for classifying and organizing the design artefacts relating to complex physical products such as a building or an aircraft. Zachman adopts this classification scheme to the design and construction of information systems.

 


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Taxonomy-driven Content Publishing

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Taxonomies were once a niche concept – useful but complex structures tackled only by the most hearty of information managers in sprawling databases. The past few years have seen taxonomies demystified and “rebranded” as powerful yet approachable tools for anyone with an interest in making content easier to find and use.

One of the most popular applications of taxonomy to come out of this renaissance is 
taxonomy-driven publishing.


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Is It Usable Yet?

Opening keynote presentation for World Usability Day in Bristol, UK 14 November 2013

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The Difference Between Information Architecture and UX Design

The Difference Between Information Architecture and UX Design | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it

UX builds on the foundation that IA provides, aiming to take that experience to the next level, both creatively and emotionally.


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The more things differ the more they are the same... You heard it here!

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Enterprise Information Architecture: Because users don't care abou...

Lou Rosenfeld's day-long seminar on enterprise information architecture. For more information on the seminar, visit http://louisrosenfeld.com/eia/

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Taxonomies make the law. Will folksonomies change it?

Taxonomies make the law. Will folksonomies change it? | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it

Taxonomies and folksonomies SHAPE the law.


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Mario K. Sakata's curator insight, April 30, 2013 10:07 AM
Great piece from Information Architecture.
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Culture mapping

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Communication is one of the most important skills anyone can have, in business and in life. As individuals and as a species, I believe we will be happier and more productive if we can improve our ability to communicate.

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Taissia Belozerova's curator insight, April 9, 2013 2:15 PM

I definitely agree with this: "Communication is one of the most important skills anyone can have, in business and in life. As individuals and as a species, I believe we will be happier and more productive if we can improve our ability to communicate."

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Closing the Research-Practice Gap: Reframing Information Architecture #ias13

My (final) draft of my presentation for the Reframing Information Architecture workshop at the IA Summit, April 3, 2013. [I had to delete the previous versions

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