Kat King is an information architect interested in language, and meaning, and what it takes to do Good work. She works for the University of Michigan Library in the Library Environments department, where she works on projects that help the library strategically plan for changes to their spaces and work processes, understand data about collections and building use, and shift towards a more user centered service design process. Her previous work has included consulting for non-profits, and teaching IA to undergraduates.
- Architecting Reality (2015 Main Conference Talk)
- Personal Ontology Maps: A Way to Get to Good (2018 Main Conference Talk)
- Personas Non Grata (2019 Main Conference Talk)
- The Truth Can’t Save Us: Ethical IA through Epistemic Nihilism (2020 Main Conference Talk)