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The Manicouagan crater. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Reference vs. Learning in a Bottom-up Information Architecture

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Bottom-Up Information Architecture Q and A

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Bottom-Up Information Architecture Q and ADo reference and learning require different organization in a bottom-up information architecture? This is another in the series of posts addressing questions from my TC Dojo webinar on Bottom-up Information Architecture. Q: Is there a difference in looking for a […]

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The role of the TOC in a bottom-up information architecture

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Bottom-Up Information Architecture Q and A

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Bottom-Up Information Architecture Q and AIs there still a place for a TOC in a bottom-up information architecture? Yes, but its role is different. This is another in my series following up on the questions asked in my TC Dojo webinar on bottom-up information architecture. […]

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Findability vs. Searchability

I argued in Too Big to Browse; Too Small to Search, that search works best when it has a large amount of content to work with. But it occurs to me that there is a really important caveat to be made, which I can best express as the difference between findability and searchability. The distinction […]

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