Marsha Haverty’s first glimpse of IA-ish things came in 1995 by a serendipitous cross-reference in a college library. She attended the earliest IA Summits, and her 2002 JASIST paper on IA as a field is used in university curricula.
She has a longstanding interest in the interplay of information structured both as language and visualizations. Her ’99 master’s thesis on a spatial, adaptive hypertext system appears in Cognitive Support for Learning: Imagining the Unknown, and Center for Data Innovation named her among “15 Women in Data to Follow on Twitter” in 2014
Currently, Marsha is an experience architect at Autodesk, and is focused on bringing implications of ecological psychology to design.
IA Summit talks
Past IA Summit roles: speaker