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IA keynote

Keynote presentation, World IA Day Singapore. No idea yet what I’m going to talk about

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Information architecture: Just the essentials

Cover the essential aspects of Information Architecture and how classification and categorization work in our brain and why it matters.

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The FAQ of IA

In this presentation, Donna will talk about the questions that she’s been asked over and over again in her 15 years of information architecture work. And she won’t only talk about the questions…she’ll answer them too! Information architecture work is

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Search behaviours for government services

Donna recently undertook a crazy task – analysing 13,000 inward search terms to key government websites – just to see if there was anything interesting in the way people look for government services and information. Join her to learn what

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The materials of design

There are a wide range of design disciplines, all with surprising similarity in how they are practiced. But with such similarity, why is it almost impossible for us to move from one to another – why can’t a digital designer

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Navigating large sites on small screens

This presentation will explore the navigation challenge for large sites being used on small screens. It will go back to first principles and look at the purpose of various navigation types then explore ways of achieving the same goal via

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How to test an information architecture

Learn when & why to test, how to set up online and offline testing, how to run the test, how to interpret the outcomes and figure out what to do with what you learned. Find out more at UX Wellington

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Introduction to information architecture

In this virtual seminar, you’ll learn all about information architecture – what it is, why it’s so important to do well and the major things to do and not to do.

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Keeping your content alive from cradle to grave

By now we all know that the web is not a publication — that it’s a living, evolving thing. But a lot of content I see still appears to be ‘published’ once and then left alone.

This talk is about what happens after content is published.

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Organisation schemes for web content

This is a preview for a virtual seminar I presented for UIE on organisation schemes for web content. It’s only about 5 minutes, and has slides and audio.

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