Karen Donoghue is a principal of Donoghue/Halliday & Associates , and
specializes in user interface design and information architecture for
complex information spaces. She has designed human/computer interfaces
for a broad range of clients including AT&T, Reuters, The Getty Information
Institute, American Express, Digital Equipment Corporation, Motorola,
Karen has focused a portion of her consulting practice on museum
and cultural information systems. For the Getty Information Institute,
Karen produced and designed the hypermedia version of the Categories
for the Description of Works of Art, for the PC and Mac. The Categories
is a set of guidelines for the electronic exchange of information
about art. In collaboration with Systems Planning, Inc., she recently
designed a browser-based interface to the Census of Antique Art &
Architecture Known to the Renaissance, a highly complex data space
consisting of over a hundred thousand objects, which include images,
document records, and supporting written commentary and research.
Donoghue/Halliday & Associates has designed Web sites for large-scale
cultural information systems, including CIMI, the Consortium for the
Computer Interchange and Cultural Heritage Information Online (CHIO).
Karen studied design at Harvard University while earning an MS from
the MIT Media Laboratory in 1993. She earned a BS in Computer Science
from Tufts University in 1987.
Karen is a co-author of New
Web-Based Interfaces to Old Databases.
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