Interview with Martin Belam: Part 4 - Information Architecture in a news context

 by Martin Belam, 18 August 2009

I've been posting a series of video clips featuring me being interviewed by Ben Veasey. He was asking me about Information Architecture and its role in the news industry. Today's clip directly addresses that question:

"Tell me about information architecture services within the news context. How are user interfaces developed for customers? "


Later this week I'll be publishing more video clips from the interview, looking at changes in the delivery of news, how I measure user behaviour online, and how branding and context have become critical to being an authoritative voice on the web.

1 Comment

Your analogy of "pointing the TV camera at a radio broadcast" struck a chord. We are still in the early stages of shaping processes within new media and applying those to industries across the board. Challenging and thrilling at the same time.

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