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Blog Changing Domains – update your RSS feeds!stephanielemieux

Wed, 04 Nov 2009 14:22:37 +0000

Dear taxonomists, content managers and other subscribers… We recently launched a new website on Drupal (www.earley.com) and we also integrated our blog in the new site. Please update your RSS feed readers with the new address: www.earley.com/blog (or http://www.earley.com/rss.xml if you want the whole site). We will stop double-posting as of now, so if you […](image)


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Taxonomy & Mega Menus… Part 2: GroupingstephanielemieuxImageImageImageImageImageImage

Wed, 21 Oct 2009 17:14:25 +0000

Best Practice #2: Use chunking and grouping to increase scanability and learnability So you’ve taken the mega-menu plunge and you now have more labels to fit into your drop-down. How do you make sure it doesn’t look like a mess of text? There are a couple of options: Grouping: Create clear and logical groupings within […](image)


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SharePoint Content Structure – Let a thousand content types bloom?stephanielemieuxImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

Tue, 13 Oct 2009 04:04:57 +0000

“How many content types should you have?” This is the question that came up in a conference call last week on SharePoint architecture. This organization had implemented their corporate portal on SharePoint 2007 and was interested in going forward with more portal sites but had some concerns about the approach to information architecture they had […](image)


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Taxonomy & Mega Menus… Part 1 of manystephanielemieuxImageImageImageImageTarget - Women's Navigation Level 1Target - Women's Navigation Level 2

Wed, 07 Oct 2009 14:02:00 +0000

No matter where I run, I cannot seem to hide from them. They fly out of website navigation menus with no warning. They assault my senses with link overload. …they are…mega menus. Are they a new navigation paradigm or just a bad fad – like acid washed jeans? And whose idea were they anyways? It’s difficult to […](image)


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