Information architecture in a European dimension

715 views

Published on

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

0 Comments
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
715
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
88
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Information architecture in a European dimension

  1. 1. Pe Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats te rs ve rs io nInformationarchitecture in a European dimension Peter J. Bogaards
  2. 2. Start of the journey
  3. 3. DisclaimerPersonal perception: descriptive (not normative) No anti-US sentiments To identify and strengthen the IA community
  4. 4. S1S1History
  5. 5. S2S2Multi
  6. 6. S3S3Technology
  7. 7. Strengths1. Our historical roots2. Multilingual and multicultural3. Specific technologies
  8. 8. W1W1Fragmentation
  9. 9. W2W2Terminology
  10. 10. 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-...
  11. 11. W3W3Language
  12. 12. Weaknesses1. Fragmentation of the community2. Confusion about the term3. Language proficiency in English
  13. 13. O1O1Politics
  14. 14. O2O2Locality
  15. 15. O3O3Value
  16. 16. Opportunities1. The Lisbon strategy2. Emerging local players3. Added value for global clients
  17. 17. T1T1Economy
  18. 18. China US EUGDP growth rates
  19. 19. T2T2Education
  20. 20. Arthur van Hoff Tim Berners-LeeLinus Thorvald Kai Krause
  21. 21. T3T3Industry
  22. 22. Threats1. State of our economy2. Organisation of education3. Lack of relevant industries
  23. 23. ‘One more thing...’
  24. 24. EIA
  25. 25. European food designersGeorges A. Escoffier Paul Bocuse Jamie Oliver
  26. 26. Thank youPeter J. Bogaards (pjb@bogieland.com)

×