Editors’ note: This “Book in Brief” feature here on Boxes and Arrows is from Living in Information: Responsible Design for Digital Places by Jorge Arango. We’ll publish an excerpt, up to 500 words, of your book. The catch is that we’ll only publicize one book a month; first come, first serve. Other rules will certainly occur to us over time. Hit us up at idea at boxesandarrows.com. Chapter 4: Engagement You walk into the kitchen with the intent of making a sandwich, whenContinue reading
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The people behind the ideas, design concepts, and practices in publications like Boxes & Arrows are not always visible in ways that does them justice.
At the 2007 Summit, B&A Managing Editor Jorge Arango set out to ask some of the attendees three questions. He captured them on video, and we are publishing them as inspiration for the upcoming 2008 Summit in Miami April 10-14.Continue reading
Most IA tools and methods focus on the users and the content being developed for websites. Jorge Arango uses the ideas from anthropologist Edward Hall as a starting point to dig deep into the idea of context, its variations, and the impacts on how people interpret information.Continue reading