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Examined the current state of tagging and tag clouds. Covered trends in tag use and visualization of tagging systems

Examined the current state of tagging and tag clouds. Covered trends in tag use and visualization of tagging systems

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  • UX Community Meeting November 2, 2007
  • The Language of Tags Basics
  • The Language of Tags Today
  • The Language of Tags Today
  • The Language of Tags “ Library Thing” Tag Cloud
  • The Language of Tags Issues
  • The Language of Tags Agenda
  • The Language of Tags Studies
  • The Language of Tags Studies
  • The Language of Tags Studies
  • The Language of Tags Studies
  • The Language of Tags Studies
  • The Language of Tags Types Library of Congress Subject Headings : Second-order classification
  • The Language of Tags Types
  • The Language of Tags Types
  • The Language of Tags Language
  • The Language of Tags Language
  • The Language of Tags Language
  • The Language of Tags Language
  • The Language of Tags Language
  • The Language of Tags Future
  • The Language of Tags Future
  • The Language of Tags Future
  • The Language of Tags Future
  • The Language of Tags Future
  • The Language of Tags Future
    • Where do we go from here?
    • Questions to consider when architecting for the future:
    • What are common tagging strategies that users often perform naturally? –how to leverage this behavior in architecture?
    • What are the most common lexical make-ups of tags?
    • How can the architecture and interaction increase the motivation to tag?
    • What are new technologies that can automate basic tags elements?
  • Contact: Erin Scime, Senior User Experience Associate [email_address] Thank You!