Madrid, 24 – 26 September
A workshop by Andrea Resmini
The Web is not just the Web. The Web is not just a library either. Organizing information is only going to take us this far. The Internet is not a different, separated world: physical and digital blend easily, and what we design is pieces of much larger mechanisms moving out of the screen and into the world.Information flows across multiple contexts through multiple devices and unstable emergent choreographies, in the blended spaces where we spend a large part of our lives. Are we ready to design this mess?
This is a practical workshop that brings to the table what architecture, urban planning, game design and filmmaking have to say when it comes to placemaking, IA, and cross-channel UX. We’ll discuss the methods and try out the tools and techniques these fields have long used to create a sense of narrative and place. We’ll apply them to the design of blended spaces, and talk and sketch and argue.
Who is this workshop for? If you think that websites is all that there is to your profession or education, this workshop is probably not for you. Especially since it might change your mind. But:
Why are you still reading? Sign up, see you there.
Andrea Resmini is an associate professor at Jönköping International Business School, in Jönköping, Sweden.
Architect, information architect, teacher, researcher, compulsive reader, pensive writer, videogamer, piano player, two-time president of the Information Architecture Institute, Andrea is the current Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Information Architecture.
He is the author of two books, “Pervasive Information Architecture”, written with Luca Rosati and the only book so far to tackle the complexity of cross-channel user experience design, and “Reframing Information Architecture”, published 2014.