I am sometimes surprised to hear that some practitioners believe there is not a very big difference between Interaction Design (IxD) and Information Architecture (IA). While it may be true that the line between the two is blurred, there is still a clear distinction between them.
Dozens, hundreds, maybe even thousands of devices, apps or interfaces – that’s what the average person interacts with every day. Each device, app or interface was designed by a different team, each team with different approaches to programming and design. The possibility for confusion is infinite. Without some common denominator within these designs, each person … Read more