Our world is full of information, and more of us than you may realize are involved with making decisions about the structure, placement, relationships between, and characteristics of information. Whether we are using the latest mobile app, watching the local news or navigating our way through the post office or grocery store, information is all around us.
Because of the ubiquitous nature of information, information architecture is not just practiced by specialists. If you work in any of the following domains, you'll be right at home here: user experience (UX), user interface (UI) design, web or mobile design, product design and management, data visualization, content strategy, taxonomy/nomenclature, library science, customer experience, and even service design. In short: if you analyze, synthesize, or organize information, content, or data—or if you just want to learn more about information archtecture— we would love you to see you there!
Please note: Attendance is free, but Eventbrite registration in advance is REQUIRED.
On Saturday Feb. 20, 2016, RichmondUX will be inaugurating Richmond's first World IA Day Richmond! We are planning a full day of discussion, learning, sharing, and networking. Please visit the event page for details on speakers and schedule.
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