Introduction to Information Architecture: the Workshop
From categorisation to content modelling, this four hour workshop will cover the fundamentals of information architecture. Using lots of real world examples, you will leave with an understanding of both the theory, along with the practical methodologies needed to get started.
Content & UX Design
Modelling Adaptive Content for Multiple Channels
As the diversity of output channels and devices constantly increases, adaptive content is becoming a necessity. This workshop will explain how to deliver the right content, in the right context.
Design in the future will be as much about the emotions and personalities of products and services as it will be about their technical attributes. This workshop will explore this process, and provide the skills needed to do so successfully.
14:55 - 15:40
Lands, Hubs and Wienies: Placemaking Lessons From the Magic Kingdom
“The frame around a painting changes how you perceive it, and the place the frame is hanging in changes it even more…” This talk will discuss the practicalities of placemaking as a tool to help people understand, and ‘frame’ information (and products) more effectively.
Designing for Connected Health
Tools to assist and optimise healthcare services are becoming increasingly common, and undoubtably valuable. This talk will show how, in the name of usability, these services can be tied together into one integrated and intuitive system.
16:40 - 17:25
Architectural Critique of Connected Utopias
This talk will explore some of the worrisome aspects of connected device ecosystems and how designers and information architects, with their expertise in ecological thought, are poised to shape the emergence of “connection”, not just react to it.
Data is a Designer’s Best Friend
Delving into the world of the data scientist, this talk will show that once a few fundamentals of their language are understood, we can foster a valuable relationship between data and design. Leading to better outcomes for both parties.
Welkom in Amsterdam
EuroIA returns to Amsterdam, the city that in 2008 hosted probably the most successful and definitely the most well-attended of all EuroIA conferences.
EuroIA 2016 takes place at The Renaissance Hotel, in the heart of Amsterdam, within walking distance of the Amsterdam central train station and Amsterdam's main highlights.
EuroIA is the leading Information Architecture (IA) and User Experience (UX) conference for Europe.
EuroIA has travelled through Europe over the years: Brussels, Barcelona, Rome, Berlin, Paris, Prague... In 2016 we return to Amsterdam. Learn more about EuroIA.
EuroIA is organized by volunteers all around Europe, with three co-chairs, an active committee and over 35 country ambassadors.
Find out who is who at EuroIA.