Peter Morville is a pioneer of information architecture and user experience. He is best known for being an author of the “polar bear book” on information architecture. His latest book Planning for Everything is about the design of paths and goals. Peter has been helping people to plan since 1994. Clients include AT&T, eBay, Harvard, IBM, the Library of Congress, Microsoft, the National Cancer Institute, and Vodafone. Peter lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife, two daughters, and a dog named Knowsy.
Peter also annually heads the IA Summit Polar Bear 5k Fun Run!
IA Summit talks
- Planning for Everything (IA Summit 2018 Main Conference Talk)
- The Architecture of Teaching and Learning (ATL) (IA Summit 2016 Main Conference Talk)
- The Understanding Bee (IA Summit 2015 Main Conference Talk)
- Medium – Closing Plenary (IA Summit 2014 Keynote)
- Web Governance: Where Strategy Meets Structure (IA Summit 2013 Main Conference Talk)
- Ubiquitous Information Architecture (IA Summit 2012 Main Conference Talk)
- Ubiquitous Information Architecture (IA Summit 2011 Pre-Conference Workshop)
- The Future of Search and Discovery (IA Summit 2010 Main Conference Talk)