Arthur R. Murphy is an Information Architect who specializes in universal design. He uses his extensive background in information technology to consult on the design and evaluation of websites, multimedia, and software applications. Mr. Murphy’s background in user experience design includes software development, multimedia creation, and computer science instruction. His work in information architecture is informed by his expertise in issues of accessibility. His employment includes academia (Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology), private industry (IBM and SunTrust Bank), and government (a member of the committee that drafted the U.S. Section 508 Standards and a peer review panelist for the National Science Foundation’s SBIR grant program to fund innovative technology to assist people with disabilities). He received an M.S. in Information Design & Technology in 1997 from the Georgia Tech School of Literature, Media & Communication. His recent efforts have included user experience design work at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. His CDC consulting encompassed audience definition, site design and implementation, workflow improvements, and collaborative design of cohesive experiences across channels. Mr. Murphy has taught part-time in Georgia Tech’s College of Computing: a Practicum in the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Masters program. His consultancy, Aeolian Solutions, assists clients in accessibility evaluation and interface design.