4 h. workshop
In a multi-channel reality, conceptual modelling can serve as a powerful bridge between your organisation’s strategy and the structures that get built into digital products. From the fundamental theory to the practical implementation, this workshop will explain how.
Information architecture is more important today than ever before: Not only is there more information available to us at any given time, but there are also more means to access and produce it. As a designer of information environments, you need to be able to think beyond the user interface to the underlying structures which bring order and coherence to the products and services your users will interact with.
This hands-on workshop re-considers the fundamentals of IA in light of our new multi-channel reality. We will focus on the role of conceptual modelling in the design process, and how modelling can serve as the bridge between your organisation’s strategy and the structures that get built into digital products.
Read our interview with Jorge about his talk and workshop.
Jorge Arango is an information architect with 20 years of experience designing digital products and services. He’s a partner in Futuredraft, a digital design agency based in Oakland, CA. Jorge is a co-author of Information Architecture for the Web and Beyond, the fourth edition of O’Reilly’s celebrated “polar bear” book, and has served the global UX community as president and director of the Information Architecture Institute and as managing editor of Boxes and Arrows magazine.
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Amsterdam, 1012 SZ
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