Lou Rosenfeld interviews Andrew Dillon

“While it is easy enough for someone to learn basic skills on their own or through stand alone classes, we all know that being a good information architect

“While it is easy enough for someone to learn basic skills on their own or through stand alone classes, we all know that being a good information architect requires knowledge of human beings, how they think, how they communicate and how they behave in context. Such skills are hard to pick up on the job, and while experience can add polish, the fundamentals of IA rest on the knowledge that universities like ours create and pass on.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE