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User Interfaces for Physical Spaces

November 6th, 2005 by Kevin Cheng ::

The IA Institute is having a one day work shop / field trip to talk about the work that MAYA Design did in redesigning the Carnegie Libraries in Pittsburgh (their public library system). It’s an example of interior design and information architecture including, and bridging, the physical and virtual worlds.

One Response to “User Interfaces for Physical Spaces”
Jason wrote:

I’ve often wondered if usability tests could be applied to people finding their way around buildings or neighbourhoods; i.e. dropping some people off downtown in an unfamiliar city, asking them to make their way to a major destination and watching what they do.

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