The Communication Studio


Interactive information architecture organizes site content and functionality so that it aligns with the mission of site sponsors and the goals of site users. It also means planning for change and growth over time.

Architecture maps meaningful connections between chunks of content.

The interaction designer should be the ultimate owner of product quality. The most suitable would be someone without an interest in the construction of the product, and with the detachment to put himself in the user's place.

Allen Cooper

Understand the Client

Ask the Questions: What are our Goals and Tasks? How do we get there? Who are the players? What's the story?

Map & Identify

Organize it: What we have now. Where it is. Clean it up.


Show the way: The Vision Thing. Models. Helpfulness. Styling.

And here are some examples...

Information Architecture begets Interaction Design