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Index: S

scenarios for web sites: 8.3. Scenarios
scope notes: 5.3.1. Labels Within Navigation Systems
searching: 3.2.1.1.1. Alphabetical
6.1. Searching and Your Web Site
ability to find: 1.2.1.1. Can't find it
1.2.2.4. "Findability"
browsing and: 6.2.2. Searching and Browsing Are Integrated
6.3.2. Searching and Browsing Systems Should Be Closely Integrated
8.3. Scenarios
choosing what to index: 6.5. Indexing the Right Stuff
chronologically: 6.5.2.4. Yesterday's news: Indexing recent content
defining searching system: 2.1. The Role of the Information Architect
designing interface for: 6.3. Designing the Search Interface
displaying search results: 6.3.6. Display Search Results Sensibly
by relevance: 6.3.6. Display Search Results Sensibly
HFHS case study: 10.2.4. Searching System
iterations of: 6.2.3. Multiple Iterations Are Commonplace
known-item searching: 3.2.1.1. Exact organization schemes
6.2.1.1. Known-item searching
labels for: 5.3.2. Labels as Indexing Terms
reference interviews: 6.4. In an Ideal World: The Reference Interview
search engines
clarity of options for: 6.3.4. Search Options Should Be Clear
conforming to whole web site: 6.3.3. Searching Should Conform to the Site's Look and Feel
considering audience needs: 6.3.5. Choose a Search Engine That Fits Users' Needs
disadvantages of: 6.1.1. When Not To Make Your Site Searchable
obtaining an existing engine: 6.3.5. Choose a Search Engine That Fits Users' Needs
tracking queries of: 9.6.4. Usage Tracking
search zones: 6.5.2. Search Zones: Selectively Indexing the Right Content
by subject: 6.5.2.3. Drilling down: Indexing by subject
types of (reasons for): 6.2.1. Users Have Different Kinds of Information Needs
6.3.1. Support Different Modes of Searching
user feedback on: 6.3.8. Always Provide the User with Feedback
when to make sites searchable: 6.1.1. When Not To Make Your Site Searchable
selective indexes: 6.5.2. Search Zones: Selectively Indexing the Right Content
self-centered labeling: 5.1.3. Self-Centered Labeling
serendipity mode: 8.3. Scenarios
site maps: 4.6.3. The Site Map
site-wide navigation system: 4.4.2. Global Navigation Systems
sketches, design: 8.6. Design Sketches
sorting (see organizing information)
speed of display: 4.5.2.3. Display speed
statistics on site usage: 9.6.4. Usage Tracking
structure of information: 3.2.2. Organization Structures
style guides: 9.5. Architecture Style Guides
sub-sites: 4.4.3. Local Navigation Systems
10.2.2. Sub-Site Record Pages
subject-oriented organization: 3.2.1.2.1. Topical
6.5.2.3. Drilling down: Indexing by subject
success, measuring: 7.2.1. Measuring Success
Suggestions area: 9.6.3. Questions and Suggestions
supplemental navigation systems: 4.6. Remote Navigation Elements


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