Insights from Information Architect Louis Rosenfeld

John Barker
Written by John Barker
on October 26, 2011

I recently had the privilege of attending a presentation by information architect and usability/findability/searchability expert Louis Rosenfeld. I hope to attend more of them and read Lou’s highly regarded book, Search Analytics for Your Site – Conversations with Your Customers. Lou shared several insights relevant to any solution provider that delivers content over a Website. Here is a summary of insights I got from Louis: Read further >


Topical Classification of Content: Making Sense of Folksonomies, Taxonomies, Ontologies, and More

Guy Van Peel
Written by Guy Van Peel
on October 22, 2010

In a meeting I attended last week it struck me how informally we often speak about certain concepts that are key in defining state-of-the-art knowledge products. In this case the discussion was about the importance of a comprehensive approach to classifying our tax, legal and regulatory content, and about what kind of classification system to use: taxonomy, thesaurus or other. Read further >


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