Twenty years is a long period of time for a human being. For most of […]
Assistant professor in informatics, information architect, designer, piano player, author.
Andrea is an assistant professor at Jönköping International Business School, Sweden, and an information architect with FatDUX, a UX firm with headquarters in Copenhagen.
Architect and designer, and a practicing information architect since 1999, Andrea is the current President of the Information Architecture Institute. He also pretends to play the piano, reads far too many books, co-chairs the European Information Architecture conference, and is the Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Information Architecture.
His book Pervasive Information Architecture, co-authored with Luca Rosati, was published by Morgan Kauffman in 2011. Andrea can be reached on Twitter (@resmini) and regularly publishes a personal blog at http://andrearesmini.com/.
Inlägg av Andrea Resmini:
Forrest Gump, the Playstation and the invasion of international students
Mobile shopping is not the answer (I)
Grocery shopping normally tops the list of what everyone would love to see improve once […]
Bad Places, Good Places
In the physical world, human beings rely on a long-evolved complex sensory system to understand […]
The Seduction of Semantics and the Third Wave
The Information Architecture Summit 2014 is over. And it’s been a success. It had everything […]
Grues and Dark Places
Here is the complete slide deck for my opening keynote at WIAD 14 Bristol. It’s […]
A conversation on the architecture of information
Études de communication recently published a paper I wrote between 2012 and 2013 on the ongoing […]
World IA Day
I’m writing this en route to Bristol, UK, to World IA Day and to some […]
Fan fiction, Orlando, and interlacement
Ludovico Ariosto wrote The Frenzy of Orlando, his retelling of how Orlando the Paladin fell […]
Recent european statistics place the average European citizen online for some 25.9 hours per week. […]
To index or not to index
This past week Italy made the evening news again thanks to its controversial so-called “webtax”. […]