Diane J. Wright’s work in C-level information strategy and enterprise-level training has contributed to shaping the modern web. Her work was instrumental in the development of one of the first natural language search systems (developed for GO.com with Disney CEO Michael Eisner), boosted several startups to success, and infused a generation of web-based projects with the foundations of mobile capabilities. As the consulting information architect to multi-brand organizations such as The American Honda Motor Company, Disney, and Fox, she defined interactive product strategies that not only shaped and met complex business objectives but connected those objectives with customers’ desires and needs.
Specializing in the entertainment industry, Diane’s career matured from content writer with agencies such as Grey and Leo Burnett, to information architect with Razorfish Los Angeles (kids, ask your parents), to blue-sky strategist for such global industry leaders as LRN, Disney: ABC Networks, and Fox Broadcasting: American Idol.
Although Diane has retired from the world of information strategy, she continues to enjoy being creatively involved in the ever-changing interactive space.