Digital Information Design, DID, is the new library designed by the ASL/BiSL Foundation in which you will find independent guidance about business information management, BIM.
Digital Information Design (DID) Foundation
By Brian Johnson & Leon Paul de Rouw
Digital Information Design (DID) is primarily a business information management (BIM) model. As with any model it is used to help you to describe problems and test potential solutions. DID is not like any other method or framework model; it is independent of any other existing model or framework and does not claim to manage the entirety of the design of business information services.
Officially published by Van Haren Publishing and now available
(eBook & Hardcopy)
DID elaborates on the framework of the BIM guidance published in, BiSL® Next. It is a public domain de facto standard for BIM with guiding principles, good practices and practical templates.
It offers guidance for digitally engaged business leaders and those who collaborate with them, with the ultimate goal to improve business performance through better use of information and technology.
Welcome to the DID Foundation the new website of the ASL BiSL Foundation.
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