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Information Architecture Conference 8–9 June 2004
Palais des Congrès
Paris, France

[Taking place with i-expo]
Designing and Organising Digital Information Spaces

About the Speakers
Peter Morville, the primary speaker, will be assisted by three additional expert instructors who have hands-on, practical experience in designing and implementing web-based information systems in the UK, Australia, the U.S., and Europe. As a result of close collaboration among the speakers in shaping the courses, the Information Architecture conference curriculum offers a tightly focused learning environment and practical instruction on how to create well-designed information systems.
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Peter Morville
Peter Morville is President and Founder of Semantic Studios, a leading international information architecture and user experience consultancy based in the U.S. He is widely recognized as a founding father of the emerging field of information architecture, and from 1994 to 2001 he helped build Argus Associates, one of the world's most respected information architecture firms. Peter is co-author (with Louis Rosenfeld) of the best-selling book on the subject, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, named "Best Internet Book of 1998" by Amazon, and labeled as “the most useful book on Web design on the market" by usability guru Jakob Nielsen. Peter is the current president of the Asilomar Institute for Information Architecture, an international organization dedicated to advancing and promoting information architecture with over 400 members in 30 countries.

Peter Morville’s hands-on expertise and knowledge about information architecture combine to offer conference attendees a structured and intensive opportunity to learn about how to build usable and useful digital information spaces.

Margaret Hanley
Margaret Hanley has worked as an information architect for more than 9 years on three continents.
She is currently a Senior Information Architect at the BBC, developing content models and controlled vocabularies. Prior to joining the BBC, she was senior information architect at Ingenta. In the United States, Margaret was a project manager for Argus Associates, concentrating on the development of deep information architecture for corporate web sites and clients including Microsoft, IBM, Square D, and LookSmart. Back home in Australia, she was an information architect for the telecommunication company Telstra and a project manager for the Australian Yellow Pages, creating classifications schemes and developing proprietary search engines. Margaret has an M.A. in Librarianship from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
Jane McConnell
Jane McConnell, senior consultant at NetStrategy JMC, which specializes in intranet and extranet issues, is based in Paris, France. She has over 25 years of experience working with companies providing consulting and coaching services. Recent and present clients include Alcatel, Alstom, Amadeus (Madrid), Lagardère, Nokia (Helsinki), RATP, TotalGaz, and UPM (Helsinki)

Jane is co-author of L'avantage internet pour l'entreprise, the first marketing and communication-based internet business book addressed to senior executives in France (published with Dunod in 1996), and creator and host since 1997 of the Executive Working Breakfasts for internet and intranet decision-makers in Paris. An American, living and working in Europe for 30 years, and bilingual English-French, Jane is at ease in both European and North American business cultures.

Huibert J. Evekink
Huibert J. Evekink is senior manager, corporate marketing & communication at Amadeus Global Travel Distribution, based in Madrid, Spain. He has over 11 years of experience managing multimedia and web teams in multinational companies. Past employers include KLM Airlines and Philips Electronics. Huibert is the founder of the Amadeus Web Communication team (WebCom) responsible for the corporate intranet (Opera), the corporate websites, and the corporate design and usability guidelines. Opera is the 2003 winner of the Norman Nielsen usability industry award for intranets. Huibert is Dutch and is currently living and working in Madrid, Spain.

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