In any structure, you must search for the power of silence, whitespace and emptiness.
“The article frames music through the lens of information architecture in order to infer a few considerations on information architecture through the lens of music, and is a thoroughly revised and expanded version of the author’s opening keynote at World Information Architecture Day in Verona, Italy, February 18 2017.”
Federico Badaloni a.k.a. /federico-badaloni | @fedebadaloni ~ Journal of Information Architecture 6.1 ★
When you hear sound a.k.a. music in a public space, just contact DeLuca.
“In public spaces like coffee bars, elevators or airport lounges there is big chance you’ll hear music. Among many other factors, music can contribute in these places to a positive user experience. Question is, what is the right music on a given time and place? Is there such a thing as the perfect track for a crowd? And how do you know?”
(Xander Roozen a.k.a. @Shuggie ~ EuroIA 2013)