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My closing plenary from World Information Architecture Day in Budapest, Hungary. February 15, 2014.

My closing plenary from World Information Architecture Day in Budapest, Hungary. February 15, 2014.

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  • 1. How to use IA thinking to make the world a better place Observations Stories Lessons Eric Reiss @elreiss World IA Day 15 February 2014 Budapest, Hungary
  • 2. Exploring and expanding the ontologies of information architecture Observations Stories Lessons Eric Reiss @elreiss World IA Day 9 February 2013 Los Angeles, USA
  • 3. How to use IA thinking to make the world a better place Observations Stories Lessons Eric Reiss @elreiss World IA Day 15 February 2014 Budapest, Hungary
  • 4. From creativity to libamájblokk How we can learn to think even better! Observations Stories Lessons Eric Reiss @elreiss World IA Day 15 February 2014 Budapest, Hungary
  • 5. Let’s start with a few questions
  • 6. Which seem more alike? a. a sphere and a circle b. a sphere and a cube
  • 7. Which item seems least relevant? a. cassette tape b. mirror c. music CD d. LP record
  • 8. Which item seems least relevant? a. cassette tape b. mirror c. music CD d. tin-can lid
  • 9. Which item seems least relevant? a. cassette tape b. mirror c. car hubcap d. tin-can lid
  • 10. Which seem more alike? a. a cube and a square b. a cube and a sphere a. a sphere and a circle b. a sphere and a cube
  • 11. Source: http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Feb-08/FebMar08_IA_Reiss.html
  • 12. Choice Creativity Context Conversion
  • 13. Source: Standard screen patterns by Theresa Neil
  • 14. Creativity is when you go beyond learned behaviours to discover generic properties and patterns
  • 15. Creativity is not about what you think. It’s about how you think. Dare to wonder!
  • 16. Choice Creativity
  • 17. + vs. vs.
  • 18. Three different scenarios Buy camera and case at same time Expectation that some high-end cases would be sold Case bought separately – three choices Expectation that mostly mid-range case would be sold Case bought separately – two choices Expectation that mostly low-end case would be sold Inspired by Dr. Susan Weinschenk
  • 19. + 3 8 5 6 5 3 13 5
  • 20. Choice can be manipulated. We have an ethical responsibility.
  • 21. Choice Creativity Context
  • 22. + +
  • 23. Context is also about creating understanding
  • 24. Context is where we create value
  • 25. Choice Creativity Context Conversion
  • 26. Buzzword du jour
  • 27. “We have over 100 nodes we monitor. We have all the answers and know how to respond.” A client
  • 28. More ≠ Better Let’s play a game…
  • 29. ®
  • 30. Start collecting your data points – NOW! (Eric, tell your story)
  • 31. It is a cold January day. The charismatic 43-year old leader of his party has just been sworn in as chief executive of his country. Standing next to him is his predecessor, a famous general who 15 years earlier had led his army in a war that ultimately resulted in the defeat of Germany. Following the ceremony, the young leader watched parades in his honour for four hours and then partied until 3AM. Who was this man?
  • 32. The right data points are better than more data points (A date or nationality would have provided the correct answer)
  • 33. „Es hört jeder doch nur, was er versteht.“ Goethe
  • 34. CMS UX CSS XML UxD CM „Es hört jeder doch nur, was er versteht.“ Goethe
  • 35. Don’t make me think! (average user)
  • 36. Conversion is knowing the right questions to ask. Conversion is also knowing the right people to convince – and how to convince them!
  • 37. “Cease not to learn until thou cease to live. Think that day lost wherein thou draw’st no letter to make thyself more learn’d, wiser, and better.” Guy Du Faur de Pibrac
  • 38. Szép napot! (menjunk sörözni!)
  • 39. You can (usually) find Eric at: The FatDUX Group ApS Strandøre 15 DK-2100 Copenhagen Denmark Office: (+45) 39 29 67 77 Mobile: (+45) 20 12 88 44 Twitter: @elreiss er@fatdux.com www.fatdux.com