conferences · information architecture

IA Summit 2007 – Where does IA fit in the design process?

One of the great things about being in this hemisphere is that it makes it all the more easy for me to get to some of the conferences I’ve been dying to get to for ages. March this year is going to be very exciting because I’m going to both SXSW and the IA Summit.… Continue reading IA Summit 2007 – Where does IA fit in the design process?

case studies · information architecture · usability

Vodafone UK redesign – clean and simple on the surface, but it ain’t necessarily so.

Vodafone were certainly well over due for a redesign of their website, and so I was pleasantly surprised when I went to look up some contact details and found that redesigned they had…. and what a nice change. Compared to previous design (you can see more or less what it was like here), this design… Continue reading Vodafone UK redesign – clean and simple on the surface, but it ain’t necessarily so.

information architecture · UCD process

Information Architecture is in the DNA of Design (On Evolving not Dying)

Rumours of the impending death of Information Architecture have been greatly exaggerated, but I think it is true that the Information Architect you were five years ago is very different to what you’ll be in five years time. (In fact, it’s probably very different already). These rumours seem to have been kicked off by ‘important… Continue reading Information Architecture is in the DNA of Design (On Evolving not Dying)