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August 24, 2005


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This article about Tagging made me think about how similar to methods used by usability specialists and information architects when creating a hierarchical structure and categories for websites. Can include: card sorting and card sorting a definitive guide, free-listing, and affinity diagramming.
These methods explore how people group info/web pages so that you can develop structures that should make sense to most users and increase the probabilty of people being able to find things.

Here's a few links if anyone's interested:

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