A Fundamental Disruption: Moving Information Architecture Into the Hands of Individual Consumers
by Robert Barlow-Busch, Partner at ArtBarn on Mar 20, 2009
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Presented at the 2009 IA Summit conference by Peter Sweeney and Robert Barlow-Busch of Primal Fusion....
Presented at the 2009 IA Summit conference by Peter Sweeney and Robert Barlow-Busch of Primal Fusion.
Technologies are considered disruptive if they challenge fundamental assumptions about how we do things. There is a fundamental assumption in information architecture that producers need to organize content before consumers can access it effectively. This is so fundamental that it permeates virtually every aspect of today’s online experience...
This presentation briefly introduces semantic technologies before exploring how these technologies could challenge the foundations of information architecture...
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