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What's the difference between taxonomy and information architecture?

I’ve found that people sometimes ascribe different meanings to taxonomy and IA, which can cause confusion on projects.

Here are four simple definitions that I’ve found useful. 198 more words

Information Architecture

Snapchat's UI and IA

Hey guys its Kevin The Conqueror checking in. Today’s topic is Snapchat. More specifically Snapchat’s user interface and information architecture. We will go in-depth to uncover Snapchat’s user ability and rank it out of 5 stars.  516 more words


Delete unstructured content via Policy

Need help automating retention and deletion policies in Office 365? Although you can set retention policies at a content type, library or site level through other information management policy settings in SharePoint, this blog post will talk about how to set a deletion policy at a site collection level from the new Compliance Center. 406 more words


User Needs & Behaviors

Information Architecture starts with identify users needs, which are vary and can change during one session. Different needs lead to different behaviors, which we should respond accordingly. 594 more words


How to Build Your Personal Website

First of all, why do you need a website? If someone googles your name, you will get a top rank if you booked a website with your name. 591 more words

Self Branding

Product Review for ITUnity – QIPoint – A Feature Rich Broken Link Reporting Solution for SharePoint

Many organizations have made a substantial investment in technologies such as SharePoint and the business users have embraced the technology for their everyday work. Generating thousands of sites and documents, organizations now have a user experience and maintenance issues managing the links contained with sites and embedded within documents. 130 more words


Product Review for ITUnity - FlowForma - A Powerful Workflow Solution for SharePoint

There are several reasons to consider using workflow tools in your organization. For example, they can simplify, standardize, automate, reduce errors and accelerate business processes. Many organizations have business processes that are cumbersome and rely on a mix of tacit knowledge, email and printed forms that are slow, error prone and unstructured. 86 more words