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Sketchnotes from Oz-IA 2010

Last Friday I went along to Oz-IA, for the second year in a row, and even though I couldn’t go on the Saturday I got a lot out of one day. I thought I’d post some sketchnotes here that I did on the day. The rest are over on Flickr.

Update: I’ve written up a quick take on Friday’s presentations here.

Oz-IA has been running for years now, and manages to unearth and showcase great examples and thinking in the information architecture space specifically, while still keeping a healthy holistic experience design flavour in general. This year there were various aspects of service design and holistic contextual design coming to the fore, which is a welcome thing.

Here are some of the sketchnotes that I did on Friday. I’ve posted all of them on Flickr as a set.

Community Data Models for Humanitarian & Development Work, Shoaib Burq

From: Community Data Models for Humanitarian & Development Work, Shoaib Burq

From: Ubiquitous IA, Samantha Starmer

From: Ubiquitous IA, Samantha Starmer

From: The politics of information design, David Sless

From: The politics of information design, David Sless

From: The Social Psychology of IA, Matt Hodgson

From: The Social Psychology of IA, Matt Hodgson

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