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CHI-WEB August 2000, Week 2

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(Off-list) Summary: Do your designers and IAs get along?

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Jim Webb <[log in to unmask]>

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Jim Webb <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 10 Aug 2000 23:48:06 -0400

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This question is getting some debate on the list, so I'll go ahead
and post the summary of off-list responses. My original question,
about tension between visual designers and IAs/usability engineers:

> How does it work where you are? Are the two groups treated equally,
> or is one generally favored? Are there turf battles over projects,
> and how do you cope with them?

Of 16 off-list responses, about half (who offered an opinion on the
matter) said there is friction where they work; about half said there
wasn't (or it was minimal). Some contended that I asked the wrong
question. One said to "grant all the power to the IA and let them
rock your world." A pretty good mix:

____________________________________________________

From: Francois Jordaan <[log in to unmask]>

Just a quick, somewhat glib response:

In my opinion, designers should be, or should learn to become,
"usability experts". There should not even be the need for separate
job descriptions (especially in smaller companies).

My design education (pre-Web) has always stressed communication as
paramount, and there is nothing in the definition of "usability" that
does not fall under a proper definition of "graphic design". This is
relevant across all media: typography, page layout, packaging design,
etc.

> How does it work where you are? Are the two groups treated
>equally, > or is one generally favored? Are there turf battles over
>projects, > and how do you cope with them?

Well, here they are separated, and there is friction. This friction
is familiar to me from the age-old information vs. inspiration
distinction in graphic design across all media (I'm especially
reminded of the whole fuss around distressed typography a few years
back).

Actually, the friction is mostly between designers of differing
allegiance (information vs. inspiration), and not between designers
and usability dept.

____________________________________________________

From: [log in to unmask]

I love how we work with graphic designers here. We're treated
equally. All in all I think we work well together because we are part
of the same team, we work in close proximity and our deliverables are
so different. As a UI designer, I produce a screen design & layout
and task flow & functional spec, but I always put it out in grey
scale and stay away from ornamentation. We also challenge changes in
a design made by a graphic designer in a way that impacts usability.
This doesn't happen often, but when it does, they listen. The
designers also come up with good design ideas to improve the
usability, so there is much mutual respect. Ours is a very iterative
process that gets tested so the entire team has a good sense for
where the usability problems lay and what it will take to fix it.

Heather Crombie
Sr. UI Designer
AOL

____________________________________________________

From: "Loren Phillips" <[log in to unmask]>

An example of one conversation between me and a freelance graphics
designer one of our VP's insisted on using:

Me: "I need you to design a logo/banner about 100 pixels high to
appear at the top of this e-commerce site to reflect these colors and
themes."

Graphics Designer: "I'll need a copy of the search results page, and
an item listing, and the home page, and then I'll mockup up design
samples in HTML."

Me: "No, I don't need HTML mockups, I just need a graphic that's 100
pixels tall on this color background, with the corporate logo here."

GD: "I can't design something without being able to design the rest
of the page."

Me: "Go to amazon.com and look at a search result and item
listing...it's an e-commerce site with the same concept. You don't
need our page layouts to do this, and I don't want HTML, I just want
an image file."

GD: "Well, I only do my site designs in HTML, so the client can
visualize it properly."

Me: "Just give me an image and I'LL put it in the appropriate
presentation. We don't want to waste time paying you to write HTML
code that is just going to get thrown away."

GD: "This is how it's done."

Me: "Not THIS time. Send me a jpg."


Subsequently, the graphics designer did not provide a design in the
color theme that the client had requested. I designed one myself, but
all of the versions in front of the client, and they picked the one
I'd done. Needless to say, she's no longer involved in the project.

____________________________________________________

From: "Charles Adler" <[log in to unmask]>

On a few occasions I have found that working with Designers or Art
Directors can be a bit stand off'ish at first encounter. At least
those who have not worked with Information Architects and the like. I
think this is because they feel their designs will be limited.

I think the way to go about this is to simply portray what the
purpose of an Information Architect is in the "process" of delivery.
In addition, hopefully said Designer/Art Director will learn the true
benefits of the art of Information Architecture.

I suppose then, that there is no true way around what is to come, but
it really depends on the personality of the group I would think.

____________________________________________________

From: Vlad Golovach <[log in to unmask]>

For my company, easiest way to awoid battles is to use blueprints of
UI ("there is no matter, how it was drawn, see only content of the
pages") and to include usability subjects in QA checklist.

____________________________________________________

From: Brian Carroll <[log in to unmask]>

The only way to survive in this environment is to grant all the power
to the IA and let them rock your world. Period.

____________________________________________________

From: Lisa Chan <[log in to unmask]>

Oh my gosh...yes there is alot of arguing in the beginning but
eventually the product embodies user-centered design...I can't go
into details...but trust me usability engineers can not be objective
if they test what they design...

____________________________________________________

From: "Marc Crawford" <[log in to unmask]>

We make an effort to get IAs with a fair amount of right-brains, i.e.
former designers, musicians, or otherwise creative people. That way,
even if they don't understand us, we can partially understand them ;-)

I was the first (and so far only) IA who also takes the role of the
usability specialist here. I have to admit that still a lot of people
I work with do not know what the difference between the two are. In
terms of impact, there was no battle for power. Working in an agency,
I realized early on that designers have more power. I do the best I
can to educate IA and usability and create awareness. But I still
have to live with the fact that they make some funky changes that
effect structure and usability -- often so late in the process that
there is nothing I can do.

Another issue is that designers usually get most of the credit for
successful projects. This includes things like awards. However, if
you do what I do you get used to the fact that your work is mainly
invisible for the end-user. If you do a good job, they *don't* notice
issues surrounding IA and usability...

Regarding project effeciancy I recommend to staff depending on the
size and type of project. I have encountered banner-ad projects with
little or no IA issues, but an equal of IAs and designers. That is
not always necessary. On the other hand we have very complex
projects, e.g., highly transactional and with a content management
system that are mainly driven by our IA team (includes Content
Strategy.)

All in all, I am fortunate to be in one of the very few agencies that
have a team of >15 people doing IA, content, and usability work.
Gradually this seems to be changing the designers' attitudes and
approaches...

Marc Crawford

Information Architect
OgilvyInteractive, New York

____________________________________________________

From: <name withheld by request>

Even before I started as an information architect at my current job,
I knew the situation was potentially volatile. I expressed concern
that the designer and programmers may initially find my presence
threatening.

Fortunately, I asked for, and was given, unconditional support from
management. I think this made all the difference in retrospect. They
made a real commitment to changing the culture of the company. This
was also clearly communicated to all members of our team.

However, it is important to respect all the contributions team
members can make. Clearly defining roles and responsibilities proved
valuable as well. I made a concerted effort to educate our staff
about the importance of usability practices and how it would change
their work process. Because usability practices are integrated into
our project work flow, everyone participates. Good usability is about
user needs, not my opinion. Sharing that perspective helped build
consensus and buy-in.

Additionally, I worked many years as a web designer and programmer
myself. This definitely worked to my advantage when communicating and
empathizing.

____________________________________________________

From: [log in to unmask]

Actually the information designers are mixed-brained...it's the
programmers who are left-brained. We're the interpreters between the
two.

____________________________________________________

From: [log in to unmask]

Not a problem in our company because I'm part of the Product Line,
participating in defining the features/functions then designing the
HI. Graphic designers are in a central group who support us. I
recognize that I don't have their expertise, so "hire" them for
projects. They are also the keepers of the corporate look and feel.
They recognize that they don't know my customers, strategy or
product, so produce visual designs to fit the needs we describe. A
client/customer relationship seems to work fine.

____________________________________________________

From: "Jennifer Fleming" <[log in to unmask]>

The ability for graphic designers and ui professionals to get along
is entirely dependent on the team dynamic. In my organization we get
along quite well, though I have worked for companies where this was
not the case. I have also found that building the html prototypes and
architecture prior to the design phase verifies that good ui will be
held in place. Also, knowing what battles to fight and when to not
keeps the harmony in check.

____________________________________________________

From: Erin Malone <[log in to unmask]>

Our company actually has three groups. IA/Interaction, graphic Design
and Usability. We are working to merge the IA team and the Design
team into one cohesive team of interface designers - some with IA
specialties and others who focus on the aesthetic look. We have found
that our senior designers are also great IAs. The overall team has
backgrounds and degrees in Graphic Design, Information Design,
Information Science/Library Science, English (got a couple of writers
turned designers). Many of the IAs have evolved from graphic design
so understand the aesthetic design concerns but as the IA can
champion the organizational importance of a site or page.

The biggest grey area for us has been with the IAs and the Usability
team. We have many over laps since both groups focus on user centered
design - but the Usability team has backgrounds in Psychology and
Human Factors and focusses on objective testing and research
methodology while the IAs focus on designing the great user
experience that is a balance of user issues, corporate goals,
business and contractual constraints. The two groups are two sides of
the same coin and it makes sense that they are separate and we have
seen that the end result is better.

____________________________________________________

From: Chris Wilson <[log in to unmask]>

The article on AListApart was a good example of how most
organizations run the creative group. Let me tell you what we do at
US Interactive. We have a group called the User Experience Group that
is comprised of both Information architect, designers and user
interface engineers. We are involved early in the development of our
solutions and work closely together, because both designer and IA
bring different perspectives to the project. We had to initially
manage the IA /designer relationship much like a client relationship,
but we have made tremendous progress in the area. Another aspect that
is uncommon in our marketplace is how the IA / Designers / Tech group
work together and avoid conflict. Specially out of my office we all
work together and everybody is involved in the process. It is not all
done by consensus, but we yield to the experts in each area depending
on the problem. There are no turf wars because we set the
expectations early on with our staff on how we do projects. Some of
the candidates that we interview love the idea of battling with the
tech group and the designers. My feeling are that most of the folks
that are differentiating themselves solely from other groups are
missing out and certainly will be behind the curve within the next
year. It is possible that I am wrong, but I have seen projects be
delivered with higher quality and within a shorter time based on the
close relationships between designers, information architects, and
technologists. My advice is to hire the right person that would work
well with your designers, you may have to pass initially on some
excellent candidates. It is worth the wait to find the right
candidate that can work with everyone in your group.

____________________________________________________

From: Audrey Zaldumbide <[log in to unmask]>

A friend forwarded your letter regarding how the two sides of the
brain get along. I would not substitute one for the other and
likewise not have an ia do the work of a designer and vice versa. Do
not underestimate the job of a designer in the team. Both people are
an important part of a team, they should not be taken lightly. They
are both an intregal part of the team. Yes you will have disagrements
between the two, however if you have one and not the other what will
suffer is your site. Both people bring an important information to
the table. Remember the visual aspect is important as that is this
first impact a user has of your site, then is usability. You should
have repesctive professionals work together. It is important for a
designer to work with the IA as he is well versed in the usability
aspect of the site, and his/her concerns are not look and feel. Your
site will surly suffer if you have one person doing the job of two
people. Both parties have to learn to work together and that will
make your site the best it can be, otherwise it will look great and
poor usability, or great usability with a poor look and feel. There
are many sites out there that suffer from the misconception that you
can have one or the other person doing the job of two, I am sure you
know it when you see it. Remember your audience and client will
suffer for lack of foresight.

____________________________________________________

From: Lauren Holmes <[log in to unmask]>

I think a lot has to do with how your company views itself. I'm
currently working for an organization that creates web applications.
People who use these applications generally want to accomplish
something, often in a business environment. Usability, as we define
it, is obviously extremely important. (Our usability group also does
business analysis so we can figure out who the user is, what her
goals are, and what her tasks are.)

So if there's a disagreement that runs along the stereotypical lines:

UI person: Here's the new design.
Design person: But parts of it are ugly.

... then the two try to listen to each other and resolve the
differences, but in the end usability gets priority.

I suspect the scenario would be different at a web marketing house,
which places higher priority on branding and "experience."

A lot of arguments can be dissipated, however, when the focus is on
who the target user is and her goals. If Janice is a storeroom clerk
who wants to order ball bearings for a trucking company, the last
thing she needs is a mysterious but attractive interface. "Pleasure"
for her means being able to get the bearings ordered as quickly and
efficiently as possible so she can get back to doing her other work.
If Hank is a game developer who wants to find out what cool things
you can do with GameBuilder, he may enjoy a multimedia experience
that keeps him off-balance and lets him participate with the product
rather than a visually boring list of features with straightforward
navigation.

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