How Do We Know When It Is Good? A language of criticism for Information Architecture
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A largely visual (and somewhat vague) presentation given at the Internet User Experience Conference 2010 - at Ann Arbor Michigan.

A largely visual (and somewhat vague) presentation given at the Internet User Experience Conference 2010 - at Ann Arbor Michigan.

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  • 1. How do we know when its good?
    A Language of Criticism for Information Architecture
    A Presentation for IUE 2010 by Carl Collins
  • 2. A Language of Criticism
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  • 8. We have not yet developed our own ways of transcending the simple declaration of good and bad. And this is a problem we need to consider.
    -Steven Heller
  • 9. Web design is not merely building. It’s not just designing. It’s not only the rest of the myriad disciplines and titles we all align ourselves with, but the culmination of all these things.
    - Jason Santa Maria
  • 10. The Information Architecture of Websites
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  • 12. Some Principles
  • 13. TaxonomyOntologyChoreography
  • 14. Critical Things
  • 15. Organization
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  • 19. Writing
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  • 23. Context
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  • 27. It is irreducible
  • 28. __________ where it fits
  • 29. The Context of the Context is its Context
  • 30. How do I know when it’s good?
  • 31. Maybe its not supposed to be good for you.
  • 32. What I say is good.
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  • 40. I am going to judge you
  • 41. But first I will judge myself
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  • 45. Summary
  • 46. OrganizationWritingContext
  • 47. Getting beyond good
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  • 51. THANKS!This presentation was set inWhitney &InconsolataPrepared by Carl Collinsfor IUE 2010twitter.com/carlrc