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Presentation of a talk held at the first EuroIA 2005 in Brussels.

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Information architecture in a European dimension Information architecture in a European dimension Presentation Transcript

  • Pe Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats te rs ve rs io nInformationarchitecture in a European dimension Peter J. Bogaards
  • Start of the journey
  • DisclaimerPersonal perception: descriptive (not normative) No anti-US sentiments To identify and strengthen the IA community
  • S1S1History
  • S2S2Multi
  • S3S3Technology
  • Strengths1. Our historical roots2. Multilingual and multicultural3. Specific technologies
  • W1W1Fragmentation
  • W2W2Terminology
  • C. Babbage A. Turing J. Von Neumann N. Wiener E. Dijkstra 1971-1871 1912-1954 1903-1957 1894-1964 1930-2002Paul Otlet Vannevar Bush Ted Nelson Douglas Englebart Tim Berners Lee1868-1944 1890-1974 1937-... 1925-... 1955-...
  • W3W3Language
  • Weaknesses1. Fragmentation of the community2. Confusion about the term3. Language proficiency in English
  • O1O1Politics
  • O2O2Locality
  • O3O3Value
  • Opportunities1. The Lisbon strategy2. Emerging local players3. Added value for global clients
  • T1T1Economy
  • China US EUGDP growth rates
  • T2T2Education
  • Arthur van Hoff Tim Berners-LeeLinus Thorvald Kai Krause
  • T3T3Industry
  • Threats1. State of our economy2. Organisation of education3. Lack of relevant industries
  • ‘One more thing...’
  • EIA
  • European food designersGeorges A. Escoffier Paul Bocuse Jamie Oliver
  • Thank youPeter J. Bogaards (pjb@bogieland.com)