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Index: I

icons
for labeling systems: 5.3.5. Iconic Labeling Systems
5.6.2. When You Just Have To Use Icons
in navigation bars: 4.5.1. Navigation Bars
using simply for fun: 5.6.2. When You Just Have To Use Icons
image maps: 4.1. Browser Navigation Features
images
clickable image maps: 4.1. Browser Navigation Features
in table of contents: 4.6.1. The Table of Contents
index cards, using: 7.5. Grouping Content
indexes: 4.6.2. The Index
audience-specific: 6.5.2.2. Who's going to care? Indexing for specific audiences
comprehensive: 6.5.1. Indexing the Entire Site
labels as terms in: 5.3.2. Labels as Indexing Terms
permuted: 4.6.2. The Index
selective: 6.5.2. Search Zones: Selectively Indexing the Right Content
similar content types: 6.5.2.1. Apples and apples: indexing similar content types
subject-oriented: 6.5.2.3. Drilling down: Indexing by subject
information architects: 2.2. Who Should Be the Information Architect?
information architecture
blueprints for: 8.4. High-Level Architecture Blueprints
9.1. Detailed Architecture Blueprints
9.5. Architecture Style Guides
case study: 10. Information Architecture in Action
critiquing: 7.1.3. Information Architecture Critiques
evaluating during site production: 9.4. Point-of-Production Architecture
meeting agenda sample: 7.1.1. Face-to-Face Meetings
page mockups: 8.5. Architectural Page Mockups
style guides for: 9.5. Architecture Style Guides
web site prototypes: 8.7. Web-Based Prototypes
information (content): 2.1. The Role of the Information Architect
ambiguity: 3.1.1. Ambiguity
3.2.1.2. Ambiguous organization schemes
audience's needs for: 6.2.1. Users Have Different Kinds of Information Needs
changing/growing (see dynamic content)
content mapping: 9.2. Content Mapping
context for: 4.2. Building Context
controlled vocabulary: 3.2.2.5. Designing databases
5.4.1.3. Controlled vocabularies and thesauri
5.5.1. The Basics
grouping (chunking): 7.5. Grouping Content
9.1. Detailed Architecture Blueprints
9.2. Content Mapping
hierarchies of: 3.2.2.1. The hierarchy: A top-down approach
navigation and: 4.3. Improving Flexibility
table of contents: 4.6.1. The Table of Contents
indexing (see indexes)
inventory forms: 7.4.2. Wish Lists and Content Inventory Forms
multiple pathways to (example): 10.2.6. Multiple Pathways to Content
page model of: 4.5.2.2. The page model
politics and: 3.1.4. Internal Politics
7.1.1. Face-to-Face Meetings
ranking by relevance: 6.3.6. Display Search Results Sensibly
requirements for: 7.4. Identifying Content and Function Requirements
search options for: 6.3.4. Search Options Should Be Clear
search results and: 6.3.6. Display Search Results Sensibly
similar types of indexing: 6.5.2.1. Apples and apples: indexing similar content types
structure of: 3.2.2. Organization Structures
taking label text from: 5.4.1.4. Labels from content
textual link labels: 5.3.3. Link Labels
what to include in search results: 6.3.6. Display Search Results Sensibly
information experts
asking for labeling advice: 5.4.1.5. Labels from users and experts
reference interviews: 6.4. In an Ideal World: The Reference Interview
skills of: 2.2.3.2. Information and library science
insiders, thinking like: 2.2.2. Thinking Like an Insider
integrated navigation elements: 4.5. Integrated Navigation Elements
intranets (see web sites)
inventory forms, content: 7.4.2. Wish Lists and Content Inventory Forms
inventory of web pages: 9.3. Web Page Inventory
investigative mode: 8.3. Scenarios
iterative searching/browsing: 6.2.3. Multiple Iterations Are Commonplace


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