Innovation Architecture

“For the past decade, most of us have practiced classical information architecture. Our centralized teams and top-down methods have been aimed at the creat

“For the past decade, most of us have practiced classical information architecture. Our centralized teams and top-down methods have been aimed at the creation of stable structures. As we embrace the lessons of complex adaptive systems, we must explore the territory of post-modern innovation architecture, using bottom-up methods to incubate online ecologies and economies that exhibit the capacity to learn and evolve over time.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE