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Martyn Dade-Robertson, Architect presentation from World IA Day 2013 Bristol.
In an age of ubiquitous and pervasive computing the notion of information architecture has shifted to involve both multi-channel and multi-device experiences. Perhaps, even more profoundly digital information which has been ‘let loose’ from the shackles of a computer screen becomes, through locative media, embedded within the places and practices of everyday life. This new era of information architecture offers new and exciting design opportunities; however, it also offers practical and ethical challenges. This talk will sketch out this future for information architecture through the concept of sentient spaces examines how Information Architects may shape experiences, not only of information but, of society and space.
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