Responsive vs. Adaptive Design: Reframing the Conversation

Responsive design has been around for years. It is a design methodology that allows the content on a web page to shift layouts as the browser window is resized, even down to mobile devices. This practice uses the same code by adding in media queries to call a different CSS or allows the individual content [...]

Information Architecture and the Sofa

Imagine you just moved into a new apartment. You have an amazing sofa and a big screen TV. You've envisioned exactly how you're going to set up your living room. It will be awesome. Your friends and family will come over and be in awe at the beautiful way you've designed your new space. But [...]

Theory and Practice of Information Architecture

Theory pursued in the absence of a dialogue with practice, turns inward on itself leading to the ever circular systems of abstractions that lead only to other abstractions. Practice without an inquiry into theory becomes a purely commercial activity where the only value that gets assessed is value to the marketplace.

New Challenges for First-Time Managers

Congratulations! You've been promoted. Now what? In your previous role you were a rockstar. They saw something in you and you've been asked to lead the next generation of leaders. As a new manager you will make mistakes and face new challenges, no doubt about it. However, a little preparation can help you through these common, new challenges. 1. It's Lonely [...]