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Covers trends in tag use and visualization of tagging systems. …

Covers trends in tag use and visualization of tagging systems.
Key Points:
-Recent studies on tagging behavior show disappointing use rates

-The disconnect in tag use is a result of philosophical debate over classification

-The structure of language (and our natural dependence on hierarchy to determine meaning) plays a critical part in how tag clouds could function

-Look at current explorations and projects

-Considers how to architect for the future

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  • 1. UX Community Meeting November 2, 2007
  • 2. The Language of Tags Basics
  • 3. The Language of Tags Today
  • 4. The Language of Tags Today
  • 5. The Language of Tags “ Library Thing” Tag Cloud
  • 6. The Language of Tags Issues
  • 7. The Language of Tags Agenda
  • 8. The Language of Tags Studies
  • 9. The Language of Tags Studies
  • 10. The Language of Tags Studies
  • 11. The Language of Tags Studies
  • 12. The Language of Tags Studies
  • 13. The Language of Tags Types Library of Congress Subject Headings : Second-order classification
  • 14. The Language of Tags Types
  • 15. The Language of Tags Types
  • 16. The Language of Tags Language
  • 17. The Language of Tags Language
  • 18. The Language of Tags Language
  • 19. The Language of Tags Language
  • 20. The Language of Tags Language
  • 21. The Language of Tags Future
  • 22. The Language of Tags Future
  • 23. The Language of Tags Future
  • 24. The Language of Tags Future
  • 25. The Language of Tags Future
  • 26. 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?
  • 27. Contact: Erin Scime, Senior User Experience Associate [email_address] Thank You!

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