Understanding Information Architecture - Full Day Workshop

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Understanding Information Architecture - Full Day Workshop

from 200.00

July 16, 2019 from 9am - 4pm in Grand Rapids

$800 Professional
$200 Student (with ID)

Information architecture isn’t just for people who have “information architect” in their job title, and it’s not just doing the navigation. Rather, it’s an important dimension of any complex product or service—from before the project begins until well after it ends.

Covering basic to advanced concepts and practices, this full-day workshop provides a survey of what information architecture is, what it is becoming, and the role it plays in product management and experience design.

Taught by Dan Klyn and Joe Elmendorf

Note: lunch catered in by the world-famous, Ann Arbor based Zingerman’s Deli

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Ways to pay for this workshop

You can use the “Register Now” button on this page to sign yourself up for the workshop using a credit card or Apple Pay, or just call us to set up an invoice some other way: 734-210-1660
Who this workshop is meant for

We’ve offered a version of this workshop all over North America, and in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia and Japan. It’s meant for anybody who wants to put the structure of information to work, and to make the complex clear. It covers both theory and practice, is “hands on,” and alternates between short lectures and participants working on exercises with each other and the instructor.

What else is there to do in Grand Rapids?

On the evening of July 17th, immediately following the Aligning Stakeholders workshop, TUG is hosting a free architecture walk that workshop attendees are especially welcome to take part in.

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