Article No :1442 | May 26, 2015 | by Josh Tyson | UX Magazine
Last week, I had the chance to talk with Alberta Soranzo, an Italian-born information architect who's worked for the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, and Tobias & Tobias.
She currently lives in London, but is still on the board of Los Angeles User Experience Meetup. She'll also be presenting at this year's Giant Conference, June 14-17 in Charleston, S.C. Here, we talk about mixtapes, growing up with computers, mountain ranges of data, and what happens to your digital assets after you die. (MP3)
Image courtesy Talk UX.