What’s in a name?(cont’d)
Karen SchriverPresident, KSA Document Design & ResearchPittsburgh, PA The question, "What's in a name?" provoked a number of interesting answers. Most addressed whether the field of information design should be renamed information architecture in one of two incarnations - one…
What’s in a name?(cont’d)
Nathan ShedroffAuthor, Experience DesignxxSan Francisco, CA There has always been a difference between presentation and organization, though in my experience, this is a difficult distinction for many people. All information architecture (or design, if you will) focuses first on the…
What’s in a name? (cont’d)
Thom HallerPrincipalInfo.Design, Washington, DC As a teacher of both information architecture and information design, I've had many opportunities to reflect on the differences between these labels (and among the other zillion terms we use to categorize people who structure information).…