Founder and Curator of DSIA Research Initiative and DSIA Portal of Information Architecture, Franklin Park NJ USA
Nate is a practitioner, researcher, and theorist on the subject of information architecture. His theoretical interests include the general nature and catalysts of information behavior and its impact on human-to-computer interactions within the domain of information technology. Working in Web design and development since 1994, with a focus on UX design and marketing throughout most of his career, Nate began practicing information architecture in the late ’90s, then identified information architecture as his primary area of interest in 2006. In April 2010, Nate launched the DSIA Research Initiative and the DSIA Portal of Information Architecture as a way to advance insights into information architecture and offer resources to practitioners and the general public.
Column on UXmatters: Finding Our Way—Navigating the practice of Information Architecture
Check out Nate’s research and other published works on the DSIA Portal of Information Architecture.
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