An interview with Louis Rosenfeld
Louis Rosenfeld is one of the world’s leading and bestknown information architects. If he initially earned his reputation from his best-selling book, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, and his first company, Argus Associates, he has maintained it through his newest venture, Rosenfeld Media (which publishes books on the topic of User Experience design), through his ongoing consulting, and his service to establishing the field of information architecture by helping to found the Information Architecture Institute and the User Experience Network (UXnet). In this interview, he shares his thoughts about the growth and practice of information architecture, the limitations of current publishing models and some of the challenges in assigning terminology in this field.
Published online: 04 August 2008
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