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WIAD Bengaluru 2017

Bengaluru 2017




Saturday February 18th, 2017


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WIAD 17 Theme: Information Strategy & Structure :

World Information Architecture Day is a one-day annual celebration of this phenomenon. Hosted in dozens of locations across the world by local organizers on February 18th, we focus on telling stories of information being architected by everyone from teachers to business owners; technologists to artists; designers to product managers.

Join us on February 18, 2017 as information architecture practitioners around bengaluru come together to celebrate, share knowledge, and bring awareness to the importance of strategy and structure.

Event date
Sat, 18 February 2017

Venue, parking and transit

The Workshop (A cross-disciplinary platform for learning and innovation)

20th Cross Rd, 5th Block, Ashwath Nagar, HBR Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560045


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2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Registration & Coffee

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

WIAD 17 Theme: Information Strategy & Structure

WIAD 17 Theme: Information Strategy & Structure

In today’s world, organizations are required to rethink how to architect and manage information to maintain a competitive and organizational edge. Many are embracing strategies that are more flexible, moving away from isolated systems and departmental silos. These organizations recognize the need for information to be structured so that it is clear, usable, findable and understandable.

But, the need for information strategy and structure extends beyond the enterprise. Whether information is architected to inform algorithms, to bring awareness to important societal challenges, or to clearly communicate available resources to help those in need; information strategy and structure plays an important role in our everyday lives.

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

How Do You Deal with Information Everywhere?

How Do You Deal with Information Everywhere?

Presentation by Natacha Hennocq, Design Strategist at Orange France

One of the challenges about information everywhere is the ways that we are in contact with it. Let’s take a look at how we process neural information and synthesize it, and in turn how it allow s us to navigate three-dimensional space. Neural systems for navigation and orientation, and neural systems for memory share a common infrastructure. When building an experience system we have to take into account physical and mental navigations. As information architects we talk a lot about sense-making, recent advances in cognitive sciences, however, lead to pay attention to our more recent role of place-makers: creating spaces for things and knowing where things and people are, in real life and virtual spaces. Spatial representations not only help us to memorize, but, in fact, they affect how we reason.

Because infoglut is the next context of our work, as well as that of our users, what tools can help us devise understandable and useful places. Can domain modeling and storytelling help us create sense and space-making bricks for the users.

Among the takeaways of this talk:

  • An understanding of our place-making abilities;

  • How embodied cognition and deduced reckoning affect these abilities;

  • Mapping place-making tools.

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

User Experience and Predictive Analysis

Talk on "User Experience and Predictive Analysis" by Vikram Rao, Practice Head - User Experience | emids Technologies

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

How to tell compelling stories with IA

A Talk on "How to tell compelling stories with IA" by Sushumna Chandraddi.

6:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Vote of Thanks, Networking, Beverages & Snacks



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