Louis B. Rosenfeld
|Occupation||Author and publisher|
Louis B. Rosenfeld (born c. 1965) is an American information architect, consultant, author and publisher, known as co-author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web.
Along with Peter Morville, he was the co-founder of Argus Associates, one of the first firms devoted exclusively to the practice of information architecture. With Christina Wodtke, Rosenfeld founded the Information Architecture Institute in 2002 and is a member of its Advisory Board. In 2005 he founded Rosenfeld Media, a user experience publishing house. He was also co-founder of the User Experience Network (UXnet)
- Louis Rosenfeld, Morville, Peter, and Jorge Arango. Information architecture for the World Wide Web: For the Web and Beyond. O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2015.
- Louis Rosenfeld. Search Analytics for Your Site: Conversation With Your Consumers. 2011
- Morville, P., Janes, J., Rosenfeld, L., Candido, G. A., Rosenfeld, L. B., & Decandido, G. A. (1999). The Internet Searcher's Handbook: Locating Information, People, and Software. Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc..
Articles, a selection:
- Rosenfeld, Louis. "Moment Prisons, and How to Escape Them." Medium (2019).
- Rosenfeld, Louis. "Seeing the Elephant: Defragmenting User Research." A List Apart (2013).
- Rosenfeld, Louis. "Information architecture: looking ahead." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and technology 53.10 (2002): 874-876.
- Janes, Joseph W., and Louis B. Rosenfeld. "Networked information retrieval and organization: Issues and questions." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 47.9 (1996): 711-715.