Let's stop coding and think about the content of our website first. A beginner's guide to information architecture.
Too often we fill interfaces with icons, without even realizing it. But choosing and/or designing the right icon is not as easy as it looks.
- “Supprimer le cordialement, trois ans après“ on Notes
- “Icons & Interfaces” on Medium
- “Un bon design n'est pas beau” on ThinkInnovation blog
- “Le web, c'est du vent”, a monthly column on Intermedia Magazine
- “Digital divide”, an infographic for the www2012 conference
- “Streisand Effect”, an infographic on Internet & Moi.
- Icons & interfaces
- You should not want a pretty interface
- User eXperience 101
- Feeling Alive & Obstacle Course Racing
Sébastien Desbenoit is an information architect at ThinkInnovation and visual language explorer.
In a previous life, he worked for a signage agency, graduated with a Maths degree, and worked as an art consultant for modern art gallery.
Working on content, icons or infographics, his passion is to improve the communication and transmission of concepts and ideas.
He also contributed to WebPlatform.org, Internet & Moi, Sud Web and La Cuisine du Web.
Editor-in-chief of obstacle.fr, Sébastien is one of the best obstacle course racing (OCR) expert in France.
“Le monde ne sera jamais beau” concluded sadly Sébastien. But we all understood with its great presentation [...]— Virginie Galindo, W3C Web Cryptography wg chair, W3C Advisory Board @ “Un bon design n'est pas beau”, Paris Web 2013
Vitaly Friedman, Smashing Magazine @ “Les icônes, qui sont-elles ? Quels sont leurs pictos ?”
Paris Web 2012