This event is co-produced by MAYA Design and the Information
MAYA did redesigned the physical and virtual space of Pittsburgh's
public library system.
Libraries are the original information-rich public domains. By
working with the Carnegie Library to understand how digital,
physical, and human aspects of the library converge, MAYA developed
an information architecture that gives the library a framework not
only for a single renovated space, but also for system-wide
organizational change and ongoing evolution.
This workshop offers information architects and interaction designers
a valuable model to consider when faced with the increasingly porous
boundaries between digital and physical domains.
Registration is $250 ($200 for IA Institute Members).