All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘maps’

Information Architecture: Webpage Mental Maps Emerge

When people come to your website they have a mental map of how their ‘ideal’ webpage should be. They expect to see certain things in certain places. They expect to read certain killer words in your classification and content. The more you meet their mental map, the more successful your website will be.

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Overcome Information Overload with Mind Maps

For people who work with information, the problem used to be finding enough of it. If you were analyzing a subject, or writing a report, most of your time was spent finding the information you needed.

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Site Maps: Let Search Engines Find Your Pages

With 40 million websites in existence, and more than 3 billion web pages indexed by Google at the time of this writing (July 2003), it’s no wonder that more and more people are relying on search engines to find their way through the unruly world that the web has become.

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Overture maps overseas plans

Search company Overture Services on Monday outlined its expansion plans for seven new international markets in Europe and Asia this year.

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Site Maps Must be Developed to Reflect the Needs of Users

Often, the sense of lostness inside a website is because the Internet involves a non-linear network of links.

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