Jorge Arango brings clarity, order, and alignment to design projects by using architectural thinking. Over the last 25 years, he has architected digital experiences and “made the complex clear” for all sorts of organizations, from non-profits to Fortune-500 corporations.
Jorge is the author of Living in Information: Responsible Design for Digital Places (Two Waves Books, 2018) and co-author of Information Architecture: For the Web and Beyond (O’Reilly Media, 2015) . He’s also a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator at global design conferences. In addition to his design consulting practice, Jorge also writes a blog, hosts a podcast, and teaches systems design in the graduate interaction design program at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco.
- Information Architecture Essentials (2019 Pre-Conference Workshop)
- Lands, Hubs, and Wienies: Placemaking Lessons From the Magic Kingdom (2016 Main Conference Talk)
- …For Everybody (2015 Keynote)
- Give a hoot! Mapping (and caring for) the semantic environment (2014 Main Conference Talk)
- Links, Nodes, and Order: A Unified Theory of IA (2013 Main Conference Talk)
- More Than a Metaphor: Making Places with Information (2011 Main Conference Talk)
- Information Architecture Essentials (2020 Pre-Conference Workshop)