Overview
1/12 - 4/20 2015

The average smartphone user looks at their device 150 times per day.

The average Internet user spends more than 40 hours per week "in there."

Profound and mundane events in human culture are unfolding in places made of information. Places that oftentimes cost quite a lot more to build and operate than buildings.

Most buildings, and most digital products and services, are the result of a design-build process that does not include the efforts of architects.

What's so special about architects and their ways of thinking and making? What does it mean to be working in terms of architecture in and for places made of information?

Course Objectives

  • Develop an understanding of information architecture within and across contexts including digital products and services.

  • Increase fluency in describing structures.

  • Expand familiarity with architecture, architects, architectural and critical theory.


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