As Peter Bogaards — aka BogieZero - likes to put it: sharing information is better than having it.
So a big THANK YOU to all our speakers that were sharing their slides, in whatever form. Here is the overview of presentations and sketchnotes from EuroIA 2017 in Stockholm. Something missing? Let us know!
DAY 1 ~ Thursday, 28 Sept
- Joseph Macloed — Closure Experiences: Adapting and Designing for the End
- Paul-Jervis Heath — In-built Intelligence: The Information Architecture of Intelligent Environments
- Alissa Briggs — Race to the Top: Building Skyscrapers and Design Teams that Soar
- Rob Scott — Tips from an IA Newbie: 7 Things I Learned
- Stephanie Hughes — Keynote
DAY 2~Friday, 29 Sept
- Alistair Somerville — Walking Through Information: Making Sense of Multiple Information Spaces in the Same Place
- Oana Secara — User research : A love story
- Dan Ramsden — What’s the Point of IA? It Depends. But Here’s a Framework for Finding Out
- Per Axbom — The Hidden Persuaders of the Digital Age
- Katy Arnold — Good, inclusive design is changing how we deliver public services
- Sjors Timmers — Room for Understanding
- Jennifer Williams — Heard and Not Seen : Exploring a Transition from Graphical to Linguistic UI
- Jan Wessel Hovingh — Ease of Use / Use of Ease: Redefining User Friendly Design in the Age of Surveillance Capitalism
DAY 3 ~ Saturday, 30 Sept
- Andrea Resmini — Rapid Cross-channel Prototyping
- Mathias Wrba — Escaping the Echo Chamber: The User Experience of Data-driven Personalisation
- Stefano Bussolon — The Calm Information Architecture
- Eric Reiss — MVP — The Misunderstood Value Proposition
- Louis Rosenfeld — Beyond User Research
There is also a clear and brief overview of some of the presentations of the 13th edition of our summit by longtime EuroIA attendee and loyalist Peter J. Bogaards.