Quick conversations about different topics in information architecture. Guests chat with Dan Brown of EightShapes about distinct perspectives they use when doing information architecture work.
Lenses on Information Architecture - Jasmine Friedl (S2E14)
Jasmine Friedl joins Dan Brown to talk about the state of professional development and performance reviews in user experience. Dan asks Jasmine to talk about the assumption that every designer needs to be good at systems thinking and systems design.
Lenses on Information Architecture - Jonathan McFadden (S2E13)
Jonathan McFadden and Dan Brown talk about making space at the table for more voices in the practice of user experience. Dan asks Jonathan to help him unpack the assumption that information architecture can't easily be taught.
Lenses on Information Architecture - Katrina Alcorn (S2E12)
Katrina Alcorn talks with Dan brown about making teams more collaborative. They also discuss Dan's assumption that IA isn't for everyone.
Lenses on Information Architecture - Hareem Mannan (S2E11)
Hareem Mannan joins Dan Brown to talk about personas and how recruiting in user research is crucial for getting them right. Dan asks Hareem to help him think about whether IA can be taught in UX boot camps or not.
Lenses on Information Architecture - Kaarin Hoff (S2E10)
Kaarin Hoff joins Dan Brown to talk about how teams need to be kinder to each other, and maybe pictures can help. Kaarin also helps Dan unpack the assumption that you always need to do a content audit.
Lenses on Information Architecture - Joe Sokohl (S2E09)
Joe Sokohl joins Dan Brown to talk about how information architecture itself is no longer part of many user experience practices. Dan asks Joe to challenge the assumption that every digital product needs a main navigation.