World Information Architecture Day 2013—Ann Arbor

Saturday, February 9, 2013, 8:30am–5:00pm

University of Michigan Modern Languages Building Auditorium 3, 812 E Washington St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Cosponsored by the Michigan Usability Professionals’ Association

Speakers include:

  • Peter Morville on The Architecture of Understanding
  • Malcolm McCullough on What Architecture Does: How Form Informs and Inhabitation Inspires
  • Daniel Eizans on Designing For Distributed Content Models
  • Chris Farnum and Farris Khan on UXD V. Analytics – What Have You Got for Me? No, What Have YOU Got for ME?
  • Karl Fast on TBD
  • Andrew Hinton on Context Design
  • Jessica DuVerneay and Marti Gukeisen on A Beginners Guide to Taxonomy
  • Evening reception at Sava’s

Cost

Free, but registration is required

Questions? E-mail events {at} michiganupa dot org.

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