Notes on a web journey

posted on: 07 February 2008

Better taxonomies

filed under: @ 17:34:02 by 7colors

Large websites and intranets can benefit from improved methods of search and navigation. These include site maps, A-Z indexes, sophisticated search engines, and generally improved navigational design - and playing a potential role in all of these methods is well-planned taxonomy.

On Digital Web Magazine: Better Living Through Taxonomies

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