Together with Nathan Curtis, Dan Brown founded EightShapes in 2006. Though specializing in information architecture, user research, and design discovery, Dan’s career spans most aspects of UX design.
Dan wrote three books on the practice of user experience, including Communicating Design, widely considered essential to the UX canon. He writes articles on the messier side of design, speaks widely on discovery and collaboration, and occasionally creates decks of cards to help teams work on their issues.
Dan has lead design projects, consulted, and run workshops for:
Dan posts articles to Medium.com on topics like information architecture, discovery, and collaboration.
Lenses on Information Architecture is an ongoing interview series about the practice of information architecture.
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