Montréal, Québec, Canada, March 5, 2005 - Jessica Jackson presented "Interface Design for Database-Intensive Web Applications" at the ASIS&T Information Architecture Summit in Montréal, Québec, Canada in March, 2005. The presentation, co-authored by Richard Omanson, describes challenges and solutions in designing interfaces for manipulating information in database-intensive Web applications (DIWAs), such as inventory and system administration systems. You may
obtain a copy of the presentation from Web Performance Monitoring.
Information Architecture (IA) is quickly becoming recognized as a key player in Web, multimedia, software, and product design. The ASIS&T IA Summit is the only conference dedicated to information architecture in all of its forms, from strengthening the foundations of the field and widening the scope of IA practice to promoting networking, discussion, and thought for practitioners, students, and academics.