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Index: L

labels: 5. Labeling Systems
designing effective systems for: 5.4. Creating Effective Labeling Systems
fine-tuning system of: 5.5. Fine-Tuning the Labeling System
as headings: 5.3.4. Labels as Headings
HFHS case study: 10.2.3. Labeling Systems for Sub-Site Record Pages
iconic systems of: 5.3.5. Iconic Labeling Systems
5.6.2. When You Just Have To Use Icons
importance of: 5.1.1. Squandering Attention Spans
as indexing terms: 5.3.2. Labels as Indexing Terms
for links: 5.3.3. Link Labels
within navigation systems: 5.3.1. Labels Within Navigation Systems
non-representational systems for: 5.6. Non-Representational Labeling Systems
planning for: 5.2. Labeling Systems, Not Labels
scope notes: 5.3.1. Labels Within Navigation Systems
scope of: 5.5.2. Labeling System Scope and Size
self-centered: 5.1.3. Self-Centered Labeling
sources for text of: 5.4.1. Sources for Labeling Systems
textual labels: 4.5.1. Navigation Bars
layout (see graphics design and layout)
librarians: 0.1. Our Perspective
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
links (see hypertext navigation)
local navigation systems: 4.4.3. Local Navigation Systems
location, organizing by: 3.2.1.1.3. Geographical


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