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An Information Architecture for Frank Lloyd Wright


By murray - Posted on 04 April 2008

How do we design a user interaction that takes best advantage of the power of Topic Maps? How do we provide superior navigation? How do we provide superior finding? How do we keep users engaged at our site longer? How do we entice users to visit the portal more often? These are the practical questions that stand between a good topic map and a brilliant Topic Maps portal.

In this session, I will address these questions by discussing the choices that were made in the design of OnlyWright.com, my subject-centric portal about the life and work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Since OnlyWright.com is a demonstration project, the design of the portal evolves with each new release.