BogieLand: Information Design & Information Architecture Company
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BogieLand Information Design & Information Architecture

In rapidly changing and complex environments, organizations must focus on the user experience of their digital products, services, and solutions. A compelling experience increases customer loyalty, brand value, and productivity. It creates experiential value for people and economic value for organizations. Information design and information architecture are key components in the design of user experiences.

BogieLand Services

  • Information Design: Creation of an information design to better find, understand, and use information. - Example
  • Information Architecture & Navigation: Creation of an information architecture for complex information experiences to improve the structure, organization, and labelling. - Example
  • Evaluation & Recommendations: Evaluation of the experiential value in current solutions and identification of opportunities for improvement. - Example
  • Training & Support: Delivery of workshops, lectures, and presentations on information design and information architecture topics at companies, professional conferences, and universities.

Peter J. Bogaards, Founder of BogieLand

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With almost 25 years of experience in information design, information architecture, and user-centered design, Peter is a recognized leader in the international information design community. Prior to founding BogieLand, he worked for the InfoDesign & Usability Group of Razorfish Europe and was information and user interface designer of Informaat. He was responsible for the design of intentional user experiences, including user interface, site architecture, navigation and usability for clients such as eBay, Elsevier Science, IBM, Nissan, and Vodafone.

Contact Peter J. Bogaards: pjb at bogieland dot com.

Relevant online resources

Information Design

To Design for Understanding

Information anxiety comes from the tsunami of data. People rely on information which value is set by its usability, usefulness, and desirability. Information design improves the creation, sharing, and dissimination of knowledge. To facilitate understanding.

Connecting design to information solutions makes information easier to find, understand, and use. This results in cost reductions, customer retention, and higher revenues.

Information Design FAQ

Information Architecture

To Structure for Use

Increasingly, information is hard to find and use. Design for the Web, intranets, and mobile devices needs an integrated approach. Information architecture provides the supporting concepts, methods, and techniques.

Effective information is built upon a solid, scalable, and flexible information architecture.

Information Architecture FAQ


Articles, presentations and workshops

IA in an European dimension

Metadata and XML

User-Centered Design in Technical Communication

User Experience and Human Learning

The Document Triangle