TAG: Information Architecture

Follow-up: Designing Hierarchical IAs

A summary of the interesting answers to the question I asked last week: When designing, do you create hierarchical information architectures? The comments led to many more questions…

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An Open Question for Information Architects

Hey Information Architects, I’ve got a question for you…

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Folksonomies and What’s At Stake

Clay Shirky over at Many-to-Many recently linked to a Matt Locke post about folksonomies that I found interesting. Locke seems skeptical about the revolutionary merits of folksonomies, ultimately seeing them as nothing more than “playing”. He comes to this conclusion by way of his assertion that folksonomies are only useful when “nothing is at stake”. […]

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