Watch “Living in Information” with Jorge Arango

Digital systems — such as Facebook, Wikipedia, and your bank’s website — are more than products or tools. Certainly they create contexts that also change the way we interact, think, understand, and act. In many ways, they function like places. In this talk at IxDA‘s Interaction ’18 conference, Jorge Arango gives designers of such “information environments” conceptual tools to help them created products and services that better serve our needs.

“Living in Information” with Jorge Arango

 

About Jorge Arango

Jorge Arango is a strategic designer and information architect. He has designed information environments for organizations that range in scope from developing–world nonprofits to Fortune 500 corporations. He is co–author (with Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville) of Information Architecture: For the Web and Beyond (2015), the fourth edition of O’Reilly’s celebrated “polar bear” book. Jorge is also a former president of the Information Architecture Institute. In his upcoming book “Living in Information“, Jorge draws upon architecture as a way to design information environments that serve our humanity. Jorge lives with his wife and three children in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Source: Living in Information – Interaction 18 – 3—8 February 2018 • Lyon, France

Itamar Medeiros

Originally from Brazil, Itamar Medeiros currently lives in Germany, where he works as Senior User Experience Designer at SAP and promotes User Experience Design as visiting lecturer at Köln International School of Design. Working in the Information Technology industry since 1998, Itamar Medeiros has helped truly global companies in several countries (Argentina, Brazil, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Mexico, The Netherlands, Poland, United Arab Emirates, United States) create great user experience through advocating Design and Innovation principles. During his 7 years in China, he championed the User Experience Design discipline as User Experience Manager at Autodesk and Local Coordinator of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA) in Shanghai

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