SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] IA Practice Maturation
Re: [Sigia-l] IA Practice Maturation
From: Betsy Martens (bigshoulders_at_mindspring.com)
Date: Thu Apr 18 2002 - 14:52:23 EDT
I've been thinking the same thing as I've followed this thread. Much of the
really exciting user-oriented design that I've seen presented at various
conferences seems to have emanated from either England or Western Europe.
Which makes me wonder: is it possible that what we think of as IA and
user-centered principles have been well-integrated into the design process
in Europe and the UK? Is there some fundamental integration of design and
functionality within the design education process that makes it unnecessary
to have a separate identity for information architects?
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Big Shoulders Information Design
on 4/18/02 1:00 PM, Ziya Oz at ZiyaOz_at_earthlink.net wrote:
> But German (industrial) design, for example, was the envy of the world not so
> long ago.
> "eric mahleb" wrote:
>> it seems like we all agree on the fact that
>> continental Europe is lagging behind.
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