The team at EPC Group approaches the architecture and design of SharePoint 2013 and/or Office 365’s Information Architecture using a the three-prong approach that provides placeholders for the requirements that must be documented but also sets expectations for the SharePoint project team to design an IA that is scalable and has organization’s long-term SharePoint roadmap in mind
Earley & Associates (E&A), a leading information architecture, taxonomy and search consultancy, has announced Information Architecture (IA) and indexing services for mobile application providers. E&A’s mobile content architecture services tailor core methodologies for taxonomy development, content tagging, and user interface design to the rapidly developing mobile marketplace. “Mobile content architecture and tagging requires looking at how content is used, not just in the context of the query but in the larger context of social communication,” said Seth Maislin, E&A’s practice leader
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There is no platform more in need of a proper information architecture than SharePoint
Earley & Associates, the enterprise search experts, is offering a 2 day, hands-on workshop on SharePoint Information Architecture, lead by well-known speaker, author and SharePoint guru, Jeff Carr. When: December 8-9, 2011 Where: Boston, MA (MetroWest) Cost: $1,495 (register by November 15th and get a $400 discount using coupon code: SPIA DISC) AND all Boston attendees get a free copy of MetaVis Architect - a graphical design tool for the creation and deployment of your SharePoint taxonomy, content types and structure
In traditional content management system implementations, the focus was on developing a taxonomy as part of the solution...So what is information architecture anyway?
Because effective content management solutions need to be designed; and in most organizations, SharePoint 2010 is rolled out as a document sharing and collaboration platform with little if any thought to overall information architecture
In this second installment, we dive a little deeper into the benefits of applying information architecture (IA), metadata, and taxonomy to EDRMS
Information Architecture in SharePoint The best way to think about information architecture is that it’s a blueprint, a way to organize your information so it’s easy to find by the right people
So why don’t we make information hoarding the best practice?