Information architecture does for digital products and services the same kinds of things architecture does for buildings: deciding on structures that make meaningful and enduring changes to the human environment.
But information architecture isn’t just for people who have “information architect” in their job description, and it’s not just for a single slice of a design project. Rather, it’s an important dimension of any engagement—from before the project begins until well after it ends.
Covering basic to advanced concepts and practices, this workshop provides a survey of what information architecture is, what it is becoming, and the role it plays in product management and experience design.
Anyone who is responsible for helping to decide what products and services are, how they should be connected (both within and across multiple channels), and/or creating content that has to make sense across various links, places, apps, services, or even devices. Key roles include:
Workshops can be tailored in many ways—including group size, time constraints, budget, desired outcomes, team skill level, learning styles, and product stage. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please let us know. We’d love to come up with something that best meets your needs.