CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Information Architecture "Making Connections"
The 2003 summit on Information Architecture will explore the many elements that go into creating excellent information architecture, both from within the discipline and without.
The Summit seeks proposals for
We are open to contributions from people with solid and relevant ideas, including areas that may be considered ancillary or outside of Information Architecture. If selected, we simply ask that you put in the time required to create a solid and professional presentation for the conference attendees.
We encourage submissions by students, developers and designers, work
How do you know if you have an idea worth pursuing? Imagine that you traveled out to Portland to attend the conference and sat in on your presentation? Would it hold your attention? Would it give you new focus or insight that you could apply to your work? Does it provide fresh perspective to what you think? If so, great. Go ahead and send along your proposal idea. Don't be shy. . .
Supply a description of around 250 words or less. If selected, you will need to whittle that final description down to 150 words for inclusion in the Summit's promotions (e.g., the Summit web site). The description should concisely detail:
a. type of site (e.g., entertainment, portal, intranet)
MARKETING PITCHES FOR AGENCIES OR THEIR CLIENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED
a. what core IA related issues are addressed
If you don't have speaking experience yet, a few short words on why you'd make a good speaker will do.
The submission deadline is December 2, 2002. for Case Studies and Presentations. Poster proposals are due January 15th, 2003.
Email your submission to
IA03submit@asis.org with No large attachments or presentations please. If we require additional information, we will contact you directly and ask for it.
No large attachments or presentations please. If we require additional information, we will contact you directly and ask for it.
The deadline for Poster proposals will be January 15, 2003 and Poster
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