SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Off Topic Posts
Re: [Sigia-l] Off Topic Posts
On Mar 9, 2006, at 8:34 AM, Paula Thornton wrote:
> Of greater consideration/concern (a point that I've been raising
> for now 6
> years, having seen the 'endgame' all along) where is there a
> association which embraces and supports this realistic role?
The question is, does this list and professional organizations like
IAI (and others like it for interaction design, usability, etc.)
exist to serve ROLES or DISCIPLINES? No one list is probably going to
serve the fluid nature of roles. But they can serve disciplines.
I've never called myself an information architect or had that "role,"
but I have practiced the discipline of information architecture, and
that's why I'm on this list.
Defining roles will lead us down the rabbit hole for the umpteenth time.
Designing for Interaction
New Riders, August 2006
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