Interview with Louis Rosenfeld - IA Author, publisher and one father of IA
The upcoming episode is another interview from the IA Summit in Vancouver. This time I’m talking with Louis Rosenfeld, one father of Information Architecture. Lou was talking here on a summit track about the subject: “IA: not just for the web anymore”. He is holding up Seminars for Corporations about the Content Silos and is working as a publisher. Let’s listen to Lou’s ideas right here …
Podcast of this Interview - 43:08 minutes
Quick Jump: Questions in this Interview (select time on your audio player)
00:58 minute - What’s your motivation being at the summit?
02:02 minute - Is there something specific that attracts you this field?
03:52 minute - What do you see as your IA mission?
05:10 minute - What part does IA play in your daily routine?
09:00 minute - IA in Business: Do IAs have to learn more business language?
11:20 minute - How to convince top management about the value of IA?
12:50 minute - IA new field - what if the client want’s a semantic network?
15:45 minute - Are there leverages for IAs in increating semantic networks?
18:48 minute - Disolving content silos - how to deal with corporate strategies?
22:15 minute - Would you also do seminars on content silos in Europe?
22:55 minute - IA in Europe - what would your advice be for bigger corporations?
26:23 minute - IA in Healthcare: Where’s the benefit for the healthcare sector?
32:25 minute - Considering target audiences in healthcare - ?
34:02 minute - Should corporations increase implementations of IA processes?
35:00 minute - Focus a little more allso on the I instead of only on the T?
36:35 minute - IA Trends - where is IA heading worldwide?
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