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THE THIN LINE BETWEEN INFORMATION DESIGN AND INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE

The war between this two concepts Information Design (ID) and Information Architecture (IA) has been raged inside me for a while until I decided tackle via this piece of writing. 491 more words

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On the difference between Information Architecture and Information Design.

Walking in a multimedia wonderland

In our DITA lecture today, we learnt about Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), which are used to create a simplified programming platform that can in turn be used to share data between web services.   909 more words

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Experiments in embedding

Thanks to today’s DITA session I now know how to embed into my blog posts. Expect an embedding frenzy!


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To celebrate, here’s some classic Northern Soul for your listening pleasure.

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How Pinterest Brightens Up Information Retrieval

Search engines are the greatest thing since sliced bread. Google Chrome turned the URL bar INTO a search box so you don’t even have to use any extra energy to navigate to Google. 364 more words

Information Architecture

THE THIN LINE BETWEEN INFORMATION DESIGN AND INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE

The war between this two concepts Information Design (ID) and Information Architecture (IA) has been raged inside me for a while until I decided tackle via this piece of writing. 491 more words

Twitter Chat Announcement : Demystifying the Data Refinery on Oct 22nd from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET

Organizations are storing large volumes of data in the hope of leveraging it for advanced analytics. Architectures that include data lakes, data reservoirs and data hubs are designed to help organizations manage growing volume, variety and velocity of data, and to make the data available for analysis by everyone in the organization. 309 more words

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A change of "Theme"

Big Brother is no longer watching you, at least not from this blog. There were a few limitations with my previous theme that had already started to annoy me, and Ernesto’s… 215 more words

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