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Episode 011 - Bringing OOUX to Microsoft with Sarah Barrett and Rachel Price

In this episode of the podcast, Sophia, Sarah, and Rachel discuss how to think like a library scientist, how being conventional can be a virtue, and why accessibility is good for everyone, not just the differently-abled.

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Sarah Barrett is Principal Information Architecture Manager and Rachel Price is Senior Information Architect at Microsoft. Together they have used OOUX to untangle, among others, the insane complexity of Microsoft's technical library, Microsoft Docs, as well as Microsoft Learn, which provides interactive learning paths and certifications for beginners and pros alike. In this episode of the podcast, Sophia, Sarah, and Rachel discuss how to think like a library scientist, how being conventional can be a virtue, and why accessibility is good for everyone, not just the differently-abled. Enjoy!

LINKS:

Connect with Sarah on Twitter: @Documentalope

Keep up with Sarah on her website: sarahrbarrett.com

Connect with Rachel on Twitter: @r_audrey

Read Sarah's article about getting to structured content at Microsoft: How We Did It: Getting To Structured Content

Check out more from both of them on their Medium Publication: Known Item

Senior Information Architect position at Microsoft: Senior Information Architect

Episode Transcript

The OOUX Podcast

A dive into the weeds on UX systems, information architecture, human psychology, data wrangling, structured content, UX process, and above all simplifying the complex.

OOUX Happy Hour

OOUX virtual meetups feature amazing guest speakers, Q&A, discussion, networking breakout sessions, and important OOUX updates. Bring your coffee, wine, or whiskey.

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