On Saturday 18th February, World Information Architecture Day (WIAD) is returning to Bristol, where Computer Futures are proud to be an official sponsor.
World Information Architecture Day is a one-day, annual celebration focused on the practice and education of Information Architecture. So, whether you’re wondering how to design and build information architecture, what the influx of linguistic interfaces such as Alexa and Google Assistant means for Information Architects and User Experience professionals or simply pondering the point of information architecture - This year’s exciting and innovative WIAD themed around “Information Strategy and Structure”, is sure to challenge existing opinions and answer your questions.
This year’s WIAD offers up a thrilling and pioneering line up of speakers, who will explore various subject areas including; the Point of IA, Using strategy to get out of the rabbit hole, the invisible second nature, Talking to machines, listening to people, The Rhythms of Life and The Century of the City and the Digitisation of Everything.
This year's theme is "Information Strategy & Structure" and confirmed speakers include:
- Paul WIlson: TM Forum's Smart City Trusted Advisor
- Angel Brown: Group Director, W2O Group
- Peter Kay: Social Media Strategist, Nomensa
- Carole Court: Senior Information Architect, Nomensa
- Dan Ramsden: Creative Director for User Experience Architecture, BBC
- Gordon Plant: VP Product, Basekit
Do you want to learn about and develop understanding in the expertise of Information Architecture? Then what are you waiting for?
To book an appointment with Computer Futures on the day, please contact Jay Simpson on firstname.lastname@example.org.