James Kelway Creating User Centred Taxonomies: Part One [ABSTRACT]
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By James Kelway

Abstract

When it comes to creating new data taxonomies, it's important to keep the users, the business, and the content at the fore. James Kelway points out effective strategies for creating new taxonomies from scratch, and avoiding common pitfalls.

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When it comes to creating new data taxonomies, it's important to keep the users, the business, and the content at the fore. James Kelway points out effective strategies for creating new taxonomies from scratch, and avoiding common pitfalls.

What's Inside 

To gain buy-in from key people requires a charm offensive and a very good elevator pitch that encapsulates the vision of the site in simple, easy to understand language. It is this vision statement that will underpin your discussions about the site and its taxonomy.
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