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THE GOOD,
THE BAD, AND
THE UGLY
a language of critique for
information architecture
Stacy Merrill Surla
@stacysurla
#UXDC2...
flickr.com/photos/286781189@N02
Practical
problems
Solutions to
problems
Scientific
problems
Practice
Science
Theories and
models
Philosophical
questions
...
flickr.com/photos/thomashawk
SOLUTIONS
Practical problems Practice
Solutions to
problems
Scientific problems Science
Theories and
models
THEORIES
Philo...
flickr.com/photos/65924740@N00
SOLUTIONS
Practical problems Practice
Solutions to
problems
Scientific problems Science
Theories and
models
THEORIES
Philo...
flickr.com/photos/thomas hawk
Stacy Surla
World Bank
Ewan McIntosh
flickr.com/photos/noodlefish
flickr.com/photos/ovi90
César Viteri Ramirez
Stephen Poff
compare new “ugly” to old
“beautiful”
flickr.com/photos/nevilleslens
flickr.com/photos/paarchives
Interactive exercise
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BGS5NY
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Results
https://www.surveymonkey.com/analyze
Join the conversation
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/Reframe
-IA-494524
References
Lacerda, Flavia and Mamede Lima-Marques, Information Architecture as a
Discipline — A Methodological Approach, ...
Stacy Merrill Surla
stacy.surla@icfi.com
THANKS!
linkedin.com/groups/Reframe-IA-494524
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The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: A Language of Critique for Information Architecture

Information architecture is more than wireframes. But we’re confined by the mindset that thinks IA is a box to check off on a project plan. A language of critique is going to help change this discourse.

So what’s a language of critique for IA? And what’s wrong with whatever we’re using now?

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The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: A Language of Critique for Information Architecture

  1. 1. THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY a language of critique for information architecture Stacy Merrill Surla @stacysurla #UXDC2015
  2. 2. flickr.com/photos/286781189@N02
  3. 3. Practical problems Solutions to problems Scientific problems Practice Science Theories and models Philosophical questions Epistemology Paradigms SOLUTIONSTHEORIESPARADIGMS The M3 diagram
  4. 4. flickr.com/photos/thomashawk
  5. 5. SOLUTIONS Practical problems Practice Solutions to problems Scientific problems Science Theories and models THEORIES Philosophical questions Epistemology Paradigms PARADIGMS flickr.com/photos/peteker
  6. 6. flickr.com/photos/65924740@N00
  7. 7. SOLUTIONS Practical problems Practice Solutions to problems Scientific problems Science Theories and models THEORIES Philosophical questions Epistemology Paradigms PARADIGMS flickr.com/photos/mirasha
  8. 8. flickr.com/photos/thomas hawk
  9. 9. Stacy Surla
  10. 10. World Bank
  11. 11. Ewan McIntosh
  12. 12. flickr.com/photos/noodlefish
  13. 13. flickr.com/photos/ovi90
  14. 14. César Viteri Ramirez
  15. 15. Stephen Poff
  16. 16. compare new “ugly” to old “beautiful” flickr.com/photos/nevilleslens
  17. 17. flickr.com/photos/paarchives
  18. 18. Interactive exercise https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BGS5NY W
  19. 19. Results https://www.surveymonkey.com/analyze
  20. 20. Join the conversation https://www.linkedin.com/groups/Reframe -IA-494524
  21. 21. References Lacerda, Flavia and Mamede Lima-Marques, Information Architecture as a Discipline — A Methodological Approach, in Reframing Information Architecture, Springer International Publishing, 2014 Morricone, Ennio, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain Resmini, Andrea, Reframing Information Architecture, ibid. van Gigch, John P., System Design, Modeling and Metamodeling, Plenom Press, 1991
  22. 22. Stacy Merrill Surla stacy.surla@icfi.com THANKS! linkedin.com/groups/Reframe-IA-494524

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