Tag: IA

Paradigm Interactions has decided to get involved in building products to service the IoT marketplace. Project Charlemagne is a unification project that links existing technologies with a high-level strategy and vision for financial benefits for those who implement it and gain insights from it. Project Charlemagne is using Ethereum smart contracts to establish uniquely identifiable items Read More

A simple website may only include 8 top level pages, 50 secondary and perhaps only 300 tertiary labelled (taxonomy) navigation elements, that’s only 358 entities. However, Information Architecture tends to be associated with the structure and classification of websites, intranets and software that accesses in excess of 100,000+ separate entities to be classified. I have Read More

On the O2 site you can tell it’s all user experience and no information architecture though, everything links so there are no dead ends, unfortunately the information being sought is missing it’s an annoying merry go round. Read More

UX afinity diagram

There are lots ways to elicit UCD requirements so I don’t intend on listing them all here, what I will note are some of the effective ways that I utilise. They can be described as structured, unstructured or a mixture of the two, but importantly the methods produce differing depth of requirements dependant not only on the method but on the skill of the facilitator and the characteristics of physical location used. In effect the method used is limited by the capability of the facilitator. Read More

I’m currently working on an iPad blotter app as a white label product is there any interest from financial services or investment banking companies in this product? Read More

UX afinity diagram

User experience has in recent years become the greatest area of fraud and theft in business. The most common request for people involved in user experience is to produce wireframes (low fidelity pictures) a task that a child could do. Read More