Information architect Interview Questions
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Can you run /drive the conference room pilots (CRP)?3 Answers
This is the term we use in Oracle Retail ERP implementation projects. Basically these are the continuous meeting sessions conducted over a period of many weeks. During these sessions, the business team and the ERP implentation partners discuss the current state of business, the business requirements and the ERP product chosen for implementation. Typically these meetings (CRPs) try to map the business process with the ERP product's base functionality and sometimes they even identify the some of the gaps as well at this stage. Less
I have never run/driven the CRPs so far, but particpated many times. If I get the opportunity, I will not hesitate to run one. Less
Pardon my lack of information. But, what is a conference room pilot?
"What is Information Architecture?"2 Answers
Even seasoned IA professionals have a hard time describing what they do, and it seems everyone has a different perspective! I said this, in addition to saying that I believed IA as a discipline is a pre-requisite to good Web design. It involves making decisions about taxonomies of information, human - computer interaction and user experience, and a whole lot more. Less
This is absolutely correct answer about IA.
What would you do the first day, since you're in control of this project? (PM question)1 Answers
Engaged onsite PM, craft next steps (as-is, to-be assessment) from PM. Switch ... Now you are the PM. Pivoted answer: meet stakeholders, assess environment, provide report ... Followed up with 30/60/90 day plan after interview. Less
What processes did you usually deal with?1 Answers
Standard Ad agency processes, working with the team to build concensus, create mockups, wireframes and prototypes. "Their answer: Oh really? We want our prototypes to go directly into production." My answer" Wtf? What type of process is that? Prototypes are for developers to visually simulate the software architecture, not for me to dictate architecture to them..." Their answer... big frown since no software architect/manager in his right mind is going to allow some UX architect to lead the software architecture. lol. Interview ended right after that. Less