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Bas Evers & Xander Roozen Hidden IA UXcamp Europe 2010 @everbass @shuggie
#1 theory
 
Order of things.
Based on genre?
Based on instrument?
One place. Period.
But now it’s different.
In the beginning…
Endless ways of ordering.
Where is IA? #fear
#2 case study Why Discogs’ Master Release is Master
Using Master as an Adjective <ul><li>Nalden: </li></ul>
Who’s Nalden? <ul><li>Here’s Nalden.net: </li></ul>
Dictionary Update <ul><li>Hasn’t been done yet ;) </li></ul>
What’s Discogs? <ul><li>Community-built database of (electronic) music </li></ul><ul><li>2006: over 500,000 releases </li>...
A Problem for Discogs <ul><li>Many releases are marketed in several countries in different versions: </li></ul><ul><ul><li...
Discogs Artist Page <ul><li>After the introduction of the Master Release: </li></ul>
‘ Master Artist’ <ul><li>Artist Name Variation (ANV): </li></ul>
Master Release Page <ul><li>For CJ Bolland’s “The 4th Sign”: </li></ul>
Individual Release Page <ul><li>For CJ Bolland’s “The 4th Sign”: </li></ul>
Discogs Marketplace <ul><li>Coming from “The 4th Sign”’s Master Release page: </li></ul>
Discogs Digital Marketplace <ul><li>Coming from “The 4th Sign”’s Master Release page: </li></ul>
They Do Sell Digital Music by CJ Bolland! <ul><li>And here it is: </li></ul>
Room for Improvement <ul><li>More guidance during submittance: </li></ul>
Advice <ul><li>This should be integrated into the submission form: </li></ul>
 
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  1. Bas Evers & Xander Roozen Hidden IA UXcamp Europe 2010 @everbass @shuggie
  2. #1 theory
  3.  
  4. Order of things.
  5. Based on genre?
  6. Based on instrument?
  7. One place. Period.
  8. But now it’s different.
  9. In the beginning…
  10. Endless ways of ordering.
  11. Where is IA? #fear
  12. #2 case study Why Discogs’ Master Release is Master
  13. Using Master as an Adjective <ul><li>Nalden: </li></ul>
  14. Who’s Nalden? <ul><li>Here’s Nalden.net: </li></ul>
  15. Dictionary Update <ul><li>Hasn’t been done yet ;) </li></ul>
  16. What’s Discogs? <ul><li>Community-built database of (electronic) music </li></ul><ul><li>2006: over 500,000 releases </li></ul>
  17. A Problem for Discogs <ul><li>Many releases are marketed in several countries in different versions: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Medium (vinyl, cd, digital) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Tracklist (exclusive tracks per country) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>‘ Official’ release, promo, bootleg </li></ul></ul><ul><li>This leads to a Michael Jackson artist page with 31 entries for the ‘Off the Wall’ album, 52 for ‘Thriller’ and 51 for ‘Bad’ </li></ul><ul><li>Introduction of the ‘master release’, consisting of 2 or more versions of a release </li></ul>
  18. Discogs Artist Page <ul><li>After the introduction of the Master Release: </li></ul>
  19. ‘ Master Artist’ <ul><li>Artist Name Variation (ANV): </li></ul>
  20. Master Release Page <ul><li>For CJ Bolland’s “The 4th Sign”: </li></ul>
  21. Individual Release Page <ul><li>For CJ Bolland’s “The 4th Sign”: </li></ul>
  22. Discogs Marketplace <ul><li>Coming from “The 4th Sign”’s Master Release page: </li></ul>
  23. Discogs Digital Marketplace <ul><li>Coming from “The 4th Sign”’s Master Release page: </li></ul>
  24. They Do Sell Digital Music by CJ Bolland! <ul><li>And here it is: </li></ul>
  25. Room for Improvement <ul><li>More guidance during submittance: </li></ul>
  26. Advice <ul><li>This should be integrated into the submission form: </li></ul>
  27.  
  28. @everbass Hidden IA UXcamp Europe 2010 @shuggie

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