Optimize Your Information Technology and Opportunity

Levy (2010) does such a beautifully articulate job of describing an organizational shift from grasping for enabling technologies to now optimization of so many technologies that are at our fingertips.

network connection manager iconLevy (2010) does such a beautifully articulate job of describing an organizational shift from grasping for enabling technologies to now optimization of so many technologies that are at our fingertips.

This technological optimization can help us more intelligently manage our time and assist us with prioritizing what to pay attention to. It also can help us evaluate which opportunities will be most worth our time.

This is critical in an age where both information and opportunity flood our landscapes.

Ellen Levy – Tungle Manifesto – YouTube.

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Information Design from #ias11

A description of information architecture at its best.

“Information architecture isn’t just graphics; it’s about how to choose the right way to present information and how to help people navigate through it. It is a way of thinking. It is how you go about something. It is a whole way of life in which the aim is not to make something look good, but to make it be good, and that is a very important fork in the road for most attempts at communication.”

Anonymous. (1997). Wurman out loud. ABI/INFORM Global, 19(6), 62.