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Squiz International User Conference 2010

Squiz International User Conference 2010

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    • displaying s semantically related content with MySou urce Matrix
    • today’ talk ’s why it’s done it s how to go about it (& what I learned) not in depth step-by-step, I created a tutorial for that: step-by- http://community.squizz.net/advanced/displaying -semantically-related-c semantically-related-content-with-stored- content-with-stored- search- search-pages
    • sema antics a way to give meaning to inform mation RDF & OWL Microformats (hCard hCalendar etc.) d,
    • wh hy? nformation foraging g if we think of people as being task (or activity) s focused, focused, we want to pr rovide an “information “information scent” scent” that will lead us sers to the information tha they are looking for.
    • wh hy? progressive disclosure is an interaction design technique that sequences t information ... across se everal screens in order to reduce feelings of overwwhelm for the user. by disclosing information progressively, you n reveal only the essentials and help the user manage the complexity of feature-rich sites... feature-
    • Metadata & Search vs TTagging & Related Asset Listi ings Firstly I had a very rea problem looking for a al solution & I had embar rked on using Tagging & Related Asset Listings but were unhappy with s, s the result (& were told so as well). I critiqued these two m mechanisms (twice) to weight up the feasibilit of each of the two ty mechanisms. There are a great num mber of disadvantages with Tagging & Related Asset Listing & only Listing, one real significant adv vantage.
    • Metadata & Search This meme was created by Tait Electronics & Squiz NZ y This meme uses; A controlled vocabulary (the T Thesaurus Asset) M t d t Schema ( Metadata S h (several us ll ) l sually) Paint Layouts Search P S h Pages ( ith stored sea h ) (with t d arches) If & when I say taggingg/labelling I mean the metadata type, not the MySource Matrix e tagging. (& not the folk ksonomy type either)
    • lets have a story e cause I like stories ;-)
    • let’s start with a user Julian
    • ... he needs a goal Kathy Julian
    • ulian, how’d tra avel! e to come to hmm, OK. e Squiz what do I nference do now? elbourne? Kathy Julian
    • great! regis g first you’ll n you ll need to register Kathy Julian
    • Goal: get to Squiz conference First Task: register for conference Remaining Tasks: get tickets sort out travel insurance book hotel b kh t l renew passport Julian ???
    • gistering for conference have any i conferenc Julian
    • gistering for conference we have a p that Julian
    • gistering for conference. But wait, ... there’s Related T inc. Tra Insuran Relate Docume Doc me
    • Hey! how vel insurance !? they know I need that Julian
    • ravel :-) a whole g goodies h Julian
    • Topic: Topic: p • Travel Related Topics: • Allowances • Conference Registtrations • Credit Cards • Foreign Currency • GST • Koha/Donation • Travel Insurance
    • Topic: Topic: • Travel Related Topics: • Allowances • Conference Registtrations • Credit Cards • Foreign Currency • GST • Koha/Donation • Travel Insurance
    • ulian, I’d to edit the It’s easy! ance web I’ll show you es, how do I do it? Jess Julian
    • ing & editing the conte ent the simple edit interface See this is i easy!! Jess
    • ing & editing the conte ent the simple edit interface No creating links! li k ! can’t go live o without one Jess
    • things to do s read my tutorial (& ask qu ti k uestions if you need t ) d to) start small with a nice easy area y pick off an area of your site that groups content together e nicely start from the bottom & work your way up the hierarchy of the site
    • things to watch o g don’t re-create the left navigation re- make a global schema onc you get a couple of areas ce i going terms/topics in one area of the business mean different f things in other areas some content i not meant to b f is be found d (I’m not kidding!)
    • where to f from here weighting of the topics/rela ated topics possibly with some s of Likert scale (1 to sort 5) ) farming the relevance f m some sort of web analytics f i th l from t f b l ti
    • Making the simple comp plicated is commonplace; p making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’ creativity. ’s - Charles Mingus
    • ulian, how’d great! hmm, OK. e to come to first you’ll n you ll need what do I e Squiz to register do now? nference? regis Kathy Julian