SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Re: New Web Accessibility
Re: [Sigia-l] Re: New Web Accessibility & IA Organization inBoston (Listera)
Date: Tue Sep 23 2003 - 15:32:15 EDT
> Stepping way back I see a need-based architecture constructed around an
> independent body of information.
I still can't figure out how is this activity different than designing
'Interfaces' or 'User Experience' as compared to hardliner's POV of
'Information Architecture'. How is 'need-based architecture' any different
than User Interaface Framework?
In my observation there are set of people among us who feel great naming
their daily work differently, very much like how fashion works.
> This puts us in the position of
> controlling (enabling and restricting) how users see the information in
> there, and what they see.
I have met people who are going even beyond our discussion.. Guess what’s
the next thing you may want to be called (?) - Knowledge Architects. And
then those ‘UI’ and ‘IA’ guys will envy your work:)
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