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Index: C

case study for architecture: 10.2. A Case Study: Henry Ford Health System
chronological organization: 3.2.1.1.2. Chronological
6.3.6. Display Search Results Sensibly
6.5.2.4. Yesterday's news: Indexing recent content
chunks, content: 7.5. Grouping Content
9.1. Detailed Architecture Blueprints
9.2. Content Mapping
clickable image maps: 4.1. Browser Navigation Features
closed organization schemes: 3.2.1.2.3. Audience-specific
collaboration: 2.3. Collaboration and Communication
7.1.1. Face-to-Face Meetings
color as navigation feature: 4.1. Browser Navigation Features
comprehensive searching: 6.2.1.4. Comprehensive searching (research)
6.5.1. Indexing the Entire Site
computer science, importance of: 2.2.3.6. Computer science
conceptual design: 8. Conceptual Design
8. Conceptual Design
(see also graphic design and layout)
blueprints: 8.4. High-Level Architecture Blueprints
9.1. Detailed Architecture Blueprints
9.5. Architecture Style Guides
brainstorming and exploring possibilities: 8.1. Brainstorming with White Boards and Flip Charts
metaphors for: 8.2. Metaphor Exploration
page mockups: 8.5. Architectural Page Mockups
site prototypes: 8.7. Web-Based Prototypes
consumers (see audiences)
controlled vocabulary: 3.2.2.5. Designing databases
taking label text from: 5.4.1.3. Controlled vocabularies and thesauri
5.5.1. The Basics
critiquing
information architecture: 7.1.3. Information Architecture Critiques
web sites: 7.1.2. Web Site Critiques


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