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Pervasive information architecture
for historical ecosystems.
Designing cross-channel user experiences to move
from the di...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Classification
● Place made of languages
● Value of the content
● How to d...
Presentations
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Hi, everybody
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
We are NiEW Design
Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentatio...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
I am an archivist
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
I am an information architect
“
”
Organizing content in a way
that renders information more accessible,
intelligible and appealing.
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Classification
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Taxonomy
● Facets
● Folksonomy
What kind of classification?
Ecosystems Con...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Taxonomy
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Heterogeneous contents
● Established standards
● Limited items
● Stability...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Precision
● Clear boundaries
Taxonomies - Pros
Ecosystems Content Matrices...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Fixed paths
● Meets only one mental model
● Poor flexibility and scalabili...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Facets
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Specialistic content
● Multi-dimensional access
● Growing and changing col...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Plurality of entry strategies
● Meets multiple mental models
● Flexibility...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● May be initially confusing
● Many facets can displace
Facets - Cons
Ecosys...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Folksonomy
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Not centrally managed
● Active involvement of the public
● Bottom-up menta...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Cheaper and faster
● Reflect the users mental models
● Serendipity
● Easy ...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Lack of precision
● Low findability
Folksonomy - Cons
Ecosystems Content M...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Tagging
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● How important is this topic for us?
● How deeply do we want to treat it?
T...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
1. Diachronic look
2. Point of view
3. Entropy
4. All tags have the same wei...
Place made of languages
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
“
”
A map is not the territory it represents,
but if correct, it has a similar structure
to the territory, which accounts ...
“
”
A map is not the territory it represents,
but if correct, it has a similar structure
to the territory, which accounts ...
“
”
Information architecture is ensuring
the structural integrity of meaning
across contexts.
J. Arango
“
”
Information architecture is ensuring
the structural integrity of meaning
across contexts.
J. Arango
Value of the content
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
An overview of understanding
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Data
How people understand
Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPre...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
How people understand
InformationData
Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Perv...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
How people understand
Information KnowledgeData
Ecosystems Content MatricesD...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
How people understand
Information KnowledgeData Wisdom
Ecosystems Content Ma...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
How people understand
Understanding
Information Knowledge WisdomData
Ecosyst...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Context
Links
Feed
Comments
Video
Quotes
Corrections
What does expressing co...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Correlation
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
1°
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
1°
2°
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
1°
2°
3°
How to design a website?
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Where am I?
● Why is this content here?
● What other contents on the same ...
What other
contents are
here?
Why is this
content here?
Who works here?
Where am I?
What other contents
on the same theme?
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
The role of the menu changes
Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAP...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
The role of the menu changes
Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAP...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● Structural functions: enable an action
● Narrative functions: enable under...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
They come from user needs
NEEDS PATH PAGE
I want to confront memoirs on a ce...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
One function for the whole site
Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive ...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
One function for the whole site
Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive ...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
One function for every page
NEEDS PATH PAGE
I want to confront memoirs on a ...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
This is a functional map
Show website’s objectives and contents
Show the
top...
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
These are the relative pages
Home
Page
topics list
Page
memoirs list
Page
ev...
Give general information on the website
Active navigation
Breadcrumb
Show an extract Show the place the
extract is talking...
Give general information on the website
Active navigation
Breadcrumb
Show an extract Show the place the
extract is talking...
Persistence, archives and matrices
“
”
Persistence
makes possible the design
of matrices.
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● If a system is not a matrix, you are using the archives and the web as
rep...
Data
Information
Wisdom
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Pervasive information architecture
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
● How to shift value from the analog to the digital?
● How to redefine the a...
An idea looking at the future
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Archives
City
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Archives
City
Web
Archives
City
Web
Archives
City
Web
MeaningArchives
City
Web
Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
Many thanks to
● All the NiEW folks, you are really great!
● Luca Rosati e A...
Thank you!
Chiara Scesa - chiara.scesa@niew.it
Twitter - @ChiaraScesa
Andrea Violante - andrea.violante@niew.it
Twitter - ...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the di...
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Archiving a City. The Future of Jerusalem Past.
Opening Jerusalem’s Archives and Digital Histories Interconnecting Methods, Tools and Practices

International Conference, June 25 – 26, 2015 - Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée

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Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the digital to the physical environment and back.

  1. 1. Pervasive information architecture for historical ecosystems. Designing cross-channel user experiences to move from the digital to the physical environment and back. Chiara Scesa
  2. 2. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Classification ● Place made of languages ● Value of the content ● How to design a website? ● Persistence, archives and matrices ● Pervasive information architecture ● An idea looking at the future What are we going to talk about? Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  3. 3. Presentations
  4. 4. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Hi, everybody
  5. 5. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 We are NiEW Design Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  6. 6. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 I am an archivist
  7. 7. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 I am an information architect
  8. 8. “ ” Organizing content in a way that renders information more accessible, intelligible and appealing.
  9. 9. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
  10. 10. Classification
  11. 11. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Taxonomy ● Facets ● Folksonomy What kind of classification? Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  12. 12. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Taxonomy
  13. 13. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Heterogeneous contents ● Established standards ● Limited items ● Stability Taxonomies - When Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  14. 14. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Precision ● Clear boundaries Taxonomies - Pros Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  15. 15. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Fixed paths ● Meets only one mental model ● Poor flexibility and scalability Taxonomies - Cons Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  16. 16. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Facets
  17. 17. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Specialistic content ● Multi-dimensional access ● Growing and changing collection Facets - When Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  18. 18. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Plurality of entry strategies ● Meets multiple mental models ● Flexibility and scalability Facets - Pros Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  19. 19. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● May be initially confusing ● Many facets can displace Facets - Cons Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  20. 20. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Folksonomy
  21. 21. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Not centrally managed ● Active involvement of the public ● Bottom-up mental models Folksonomy - When Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  22. 22. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Cheaper and faster ● Reflect the users mental models ● Serendipity ● Easy and fast Folksonomy - Pros Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  23. 23. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Lack of precision ● Low findability Folksonomy - Cons Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  24. 24. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Tagging
  25. 25. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● How important is this topic for us? ● How deeply do we want to treat it? Tags are expression of the editorial plan Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  26. 26. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 1. Diachronic look 2. Point of view 3. Entropy 4. All tags have the same weight Four principles of tagging Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  27. 27. Place made of languages
  28. 28. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
  29. 29. “ ” A map is not the territory it represents, but if correct, it has a similar structure to the territory, which accounts for its usefulness. A. Korzybski
  30. 30. “ ” A map is not the territory it represents, but if correct, it has a similar structure to the territory, which accounts for its usefulness. A. Korzybski
  31. 31. “ ” Information architecture is ensuring the structural integrity of meaning across contexts. J. Arango
  32. 32. “ ” Information architecture is ensuring the structural integrity of meaning across contexts. J. Arango
  33. 33. Value of the content
  34. 34. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 An overview of understanding
  35. 35. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Data How people understand Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  36. 36. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 How people understand InformationData Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  37. 37. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 How people understand Information KnowledgeData Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  38. 38. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 How people understand Information KnowledgeData Wisdom Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  39. 39. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 How people understand Understanding Information Knowledge WisdomData Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  40. 40. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Context Links Feed Comments Video Quotes Corrections What does expressing context mean? Audio Photos Attributes Date Place Author Theme Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  41. 41. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Correlation
  42. 42. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
  43. 43. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 1°
  44. 44. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 1° 2°
  45. 45. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 1° 2° 3°
  46. 46. How to design a website?
  47. 47. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Where am I? ● Why is this content here? ● What other contents on the same theme? ● What other contents are here? ● Who works here? Every page is a portal Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  48. 48. What other contents are here? Why is this content here? Who works here? Where am I? What other contents on the same theme?
  49. 49. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 The role of the menu changes Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  50. 50. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 The role of the menu changes Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  51. 51. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● Structural functions: enable an action ● Narrative functions: enable understanding Narrative and structural functions Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  52. 52. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 They come from user needs NEEDS PATH PAGE I want to confront memoirs on a certain theme of two different events Apply a theme filter Apply two event filters Page memoirs list I want to see all the memoirs about a certain theme Apply a theme filter Page memoirs list I want to know the life of an author Apply an author filter Page author details and memoirs list I want to read all the memoirs of a certain author Apply an author filter Page author details and memoirs list I want to confront the memoirs of two different authors on the same event Apply an author filter Apply an event filter Page author details and memoirs list I want to confront the memoirs of the same author on two different particular events Apply an author filter Apply an event filter Page author details and memoirs list on the two events I want to confront the memoirs of the same author on two different particular Apply an author filter Apply a theme filter Page author details and memoirs list on the two events I want to confront the memoirs of two different authors on the same theme Apply an author filter Apply a theme filter Page author details and memoirs list Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  53. 53. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 One function for the whole site Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  54. 54. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 One function for the whole site Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  55. 55. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 One function for every page NEEDS PATH PAGE I want to confront memoirs on a certain theme of two different events Apply a theme filter Apply two event filters Page memoirs list I want to see all the memoirs about a certain theme Apply a theme filter Page memoirs list I want to know the life of an author Apply an author filter Page author details and memoirs list I want to read all the memoirs of a certain author Apply an author filter Page author details and memoirs list I want to confront the memoirs of two different authors on the same event Apply an author filter Apply an event filter Page author details and memoirs list I want to confront the memoirs of the same author on two different particular events Apply an author filter Apply an event filter Page author details and memoirs list on the two events I want to confront the memoirs of the same author on two different particular Apply an author filter Apply a theme filter Page author details and memoirs list on the two events I want to confront the memoirs of two different authors on the same theme Apply an author filter Apply a theme filter Page author details and memoirs list Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  56. 56. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 This is a functional map Show website’s objectives and contents Show the topics list Show the extracts list Show the war events list Show the authors list Show the extracts list associated with a theme Show the extracts list associated with an event Show an extract Show the author card Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  57. 57. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 These are the relative pages Home Page topics list Page memoirs list Page events list Page authors list Page theme details and memoirs list Page event details and memoirs list Page memoirs Page author Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  58. 58. Give general information on the website Active navigation Breadcrumb Show an extract Show the place the extract is talking about Show other extracts about the same places Show other extracts about the same themes Show other extracts written by the same author Show the extracts gathered following an external criterion. Most shared on social Social
  59. 59. Give general information on the website Active navigation Breadcrumb Show an extract Show the place the extract is talking about Show other extracts about the same places Show other extracts about the same themes Show other extracts written by the same author Show the extracts gathered following an external criterion. Most shared on social Social
  60. 60. Persistence, archives and matrices
  61. 61. “ ” Persistence makes possible the design of matrices.
  62. 62. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● If a system is not a matrix, you are using the archives and the web as repositories. ● Matrices are generators of relations. ● A matrix gives form of itself Matrices Ecosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  63. 63. Data Information Wisdom
  64. 64. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
  65. 65. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
  66. 66. Pervasive information architecture
  67. 67. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 ● How to shift value from the analog to the digital? ● How to redefine the analog thanks to the digital? ● Hot to pass from the digital to the analog? ● What ecosystem we are defining? Elements of pervasiveness Pervasive IAEcosystems Content MatricesDesign Pervasive IAPresentations Classification An idea
  68. 68. An idea looking at the future
  69. 69. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
  70. 70. Archives City
  71. 71. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015
  72. 72. Archives City Web
  73. 73. Archives City Web
  74. 74. Archives City Web
  75. 75. MeaningArchives City Web
  76. 76. Open Jerusalem Project - Paris, 25-27.06.2015 Many thanks to ● All the NiEW folks, you are really great! ● Luca Rosati e Andrea Resmini, our scientific advisors. ● Federico Badaloni and his content strategy. ● Jorge Arango and his 2014 summit speech. ● Andrew Hinton, the context. ● Melanie Aspey, my archivist role model. Closing credits
  77. 77. Thank you! Chiara Scesa - chiara.scesa@niew.it Twitter - @ChiaraScesa Andrea Violante - andrea.violante@niew.it Twitter - @andrea_violante

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