HCI & IA, CHI2002 call for participation

This is the Call for Participation for a CHI 2002 Workshop.

How does what information architects do compare with what other HCI practitioners do? This workshop will let various "architects" (information, interaction, interface and usability) share their deliverables to help us understand the relationship between HCI and information architecture.

Typical IA deliverables include: flowcharts, wire frames, sitemaps, prototypes, use cases, card sorts, content inventories, client audits, site hierarchies, conceptual diagrams, storyboards, requirements & narratives, blueprints, screen schematics, labeling schemes, and outlines.

During the workshop we will discuss themes that cut across the deliverables (such as type of document, audience, lifecycle stage). We will also address some of the larger issues around HCI and IA, such as skill overlaps and gaps, IA beyond web sites, and "design" vs. "architecture".

thanks InfoDesign