Just when you thought you fully understood the three circles of information architecture, your assumptions are being challenged again. Withrow comes around with an argument for looking at the context circle differently.
is a faculty member in the Internet Professional department (http://inp.wccnet.edu) at Washtenaw Community College (http://www.wccnet.edu). He teaches a wide variety of web design classes, including classes on user experience, web coding, project management, and professional practices. He maintains an instructional website (http://courses.wccnet.edu/~jwithrow), although it is mainly for his students.
Prior to entering the teaching field, he worked in industry as an information architect at a web design firm in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In his spare time he works as a freelance information architect and web designer.