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Desiging Tag
 Navigation
   November 2007
James Kalbach
 Human Factors Engineer LexisNexis

 Information Architect Razorfish Germany (2003)

 Library & Info Science...
Metadata
The Navigation Layer




                       “   [Filters] help people
                           move from the world
 ...
1. Owner-Created Metadata


Pros
• Consistent terms
• Comprehensive

Cons
• Time intensive to create
• Maintenance
• Infle...
2. Technically Generated Metadata

                               Cons
  Pros
                               • Can be inac...
3. User-Generated Metadata


  Pros
  • Low maintenance
  • Self-generating organization
  • Low costs to get started
  • ...
Tagging ≠ Tag Cloud
Tagging Process
 Why do people tag?
 •  Re-find something of value
 •  Share a resource or object with others



 Three ke...
1. Creating Tags
Encourage Tagging
 Make it easy to tag
Prompt for Tags
 Help people find words to use
Tag Form

Avoid space-separated tags

Newyearseveparty2007
iphone_review
to-read

Use comma-separated
2. Navigating Your
    Own Tags
Provide Different Views
 Let people navigate in different ways
Navigate Resources
 Allow people to search their resources
Combine Tags
 Allow people to combine two tags
3. Navigating
Other People‘s
    Tags
Enhance Tag Clouds
 Show context and provide structure
Mix Metadata
 Expose other types of relevant metadata
Show Tags for Resource
 Expose tags at the resource-level
Link to Other People
 Browse the resources of other members
Conclusions

  Tagging offers an alternative to top-down classification


  Tags are still just another type of metadata

...
Thank You

www.ExperiencingInformation.com


 James.Kalbach@LexisNexis.com
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Designing Tag Navigation

  1. 1. Desiging Tag Navigation November 2007
  2. 2. James Kalbach Human Factors Engineer LexisNexis Information Architect Razorfish Germany (2003) Library & Info Science Degree Rutgers University Designing Web Navigation (O‘Reilly, Aug 2007)
  3. 3. Metadata
  4. 4. The Navigation Layer “ [Filters] help people move from the world they know (“hits”) to the world they don’t (“niches”)… ” “ Soon everything will make it to the market and the real opportunity will be sorting it all out. ”
  5. 5. 1. Owner-Created Metadata Pros • Consistent terms • Comprehensive Cons • Time intensive to create • Maintenance • Inflexible, rigid Example: Controlled Vocabulary
  6. 6. 2. Technically Generated Metadata Cons Pros • Can be inaccurate • Scales up • Performance intensive • Quick, timely • High cost to enter • Inexpensive to run Examples: Entity Extraction
  7. 7. 3. User-Generated Metadata Pros • Low maintenance • Self-generating organization • Low costs to get started • OK for an answer Cons • Lacks comprehensiveness • Requires incubation time • Navigating other's tags difficult Example: Tagging
  8. 8. Tagging ≠ Tag Cloud
  9. 9. Tagging Process Why do people tag? • Re-find something of value • Share a resource or object with others Three key stages of tagging 1. Creating tags 2. Using and managing your own tags 3. Using other people’s tags
  10. 10. 1. Creating Tags
  11. 11. Encourage Tagging Make it easy to tag
  12. 12. Prompt for Tags Help people find words to use
  13. 13. Tag Form Avoid space-separated tags Newyearseveparty2007 iphone_review to-read Use comma-separated
  14. 14. 2. Navigating Your Own Tags
  15. 15. Provide Different Views Let people navigate in different ways
  16. 16. Navigate Resources Allow people to search their resources
  17. 17. Combine Tags Allow people to combine two tags
  18. 18. 3. Navigating Other People‘s Tags
  19. 19. Enhance Tag Clouds Show context and provide structure
  20. 20. Mix Metadata Expose other types of relevant metadata
  21. 21. Show Tags for Resource Expose tags at the resource-level
  22. 22. Link to Other People Browse the resources of other members
  23. 23. Conclusions Tagging offers an alternative to top-down classification Tags are still just another type of metadata Tagging doesn’t necessarily mean using a tag cloud Understand the broader tagging context People must be able to navigate tags effectively In designing a tagging system, three stages are critical: 1. Creating tags 2. Navigating your own tags 3. Navigating the tags of others
  24. 24. Thank You www.ExperiencingInformation.com James.Kalbach@LexisNexis.com

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