Information Architecture: Current Practice + Future Challenges

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Join IIT Institute of Design on Wednesday, March 21 from 6–8 p.m. for an evening conversation with Dan Klyn and Andreas Resmini, two prominent information architects. Klyn and Resmini will discuss the current state of IA practice and future challenges brought on by technology and societal concerns in design.

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About the speakers

Klyn is an information architect from the United States, and co-founder of The Understanding Group (TUG). He’s interested in planning, strategy, and architecture for places made of information, and teaches information architecture at the University of Michigan School of Information. Klyn’s research is focused on applying the teachings of Richard Saul Wurman and Christopher Alexander in digital practice. In April 2018, he completes a two-year term as president of the of the Information Architecture Institute.

Resmini is an information architect, teacher, researcher.
Compulsive reader, pensive writer, architect and designer, blues piano player.
Author of Pervasive Information Architecture and Reframing Information Architecture. Two-time past president of the Information Architecture Institute, co-founder of the Journal of Information Architecture, Architecta, the Italian Society for Information Architecture, the Academic/Practitioner Roundtable, and World IA Day.
Knows about WWII submarine warfare, videogames, Tolkien, Jack the Ripper, and the Titanic.