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In this presentation, Dave discusses how taxonomy and metadata projects can benefit by referencing user experience. He also offers up 5 guiding principles for ensuring success for taxonomy projects.

In this presentation, Dave discusses how taxonomy and metadata projects can benefit by referencing user experience. He also offers up 5 guiding principles for ensuring success for taxonomy projects.

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  • 1. Taxonomy Is User Experience Dave Cooksey IA Summit 2008 Miami, Florida April 13, 2008
  • 2. About Me Dave Cooksey, MA, MSIS • User Experience Lead at gsi interactive, a Division of GSI Commerce, Inc. • 2007 - 2008 Chair of PhillyCHI, Philadelphia chapter for the Association for Computing Machinery’s special interest group in Human-Computer Interaction (SIG-CHI) • Performed taxonomy / IA work for: Ace Hardware • Babies‘R’Us • Bath & Body Works • Dick’s Sporting Goods • Ecko • Filson • Hershey’s Gifts • iRobot • Linens ‘n Things • Toys‘R’Us
  • 3. The Business Wants It
  • 4. But What Do They Think It Is?