Louis B. Rosenfeld, ’87, MILS’90

Louis B. Rosenfeld
Courtesy of Louis B. Rosenfeld

Rosenfeld—along Peter Morville, ’91, MILS’93—has been instrumental in establishing the field of information architecture. He founded Argus Associates, a consulting company, to show how librarianship could help make internet-based content more accessible. Morville was the company’s CEO. They co-authored the best-selling book “Information Architecture for the World Wide Web” and co-founded (with 10 others) the sole professional organization of the field.

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