Make relevant information easy to understand and use.
Information systems are an extension of us. They shape our attention, our ability to think, the meanings we derive, and how we get things done.
As organizations work to serve people and planet, they need information that is clear, cohesive, and effective so:
- people can find what they need
- teams can coordinate around design and implementation
- organizations can reduce risk and succeed at making the world a better place
I can help your team create frameworks and information structures that make for good digital places.
About Dan Cooney
I honed my IA, UX, research, strategy and consulting skills for the last 10 years as a lead information architect with The Understanding Group. Earlier I was Director of UX for an e-commerce firm and I taught a class on system and service evaluation for University of Michigan's School of Information. (LinkedIn has more)
I am excited to make information systems that help people think clearly, maintain their intention and attention, and achieve their goals.
I have a freshly kindled desire to work with organizations who respectfully relate to people and natural systems with awareness and care.
If you have an information architecture or user experience challenge you'd like to discuss, drop me a note: firstname.lastname@example.org
Want help with challenges at your organization? Reach out to email@example.com