User Experience, Information Architecture, and Taxonomy
Dedicated to projects that exceed expectations
UX work always fits into someone’s bigger picture. It’s crucial to understand this bigger picture. The more seamlessly a product or service fits into someone’s world view, the more easily it can be used and the more successful it will be.
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Information architecture organizes information according to user expectations. It plans the site navigation with site maps, taxonomy, and wireframes.
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Taxonomy and metadata are a way to classify or categorize information so authors and users can find it. Taxonomy is a must on large sites where authors need to re-use content and users need to search through it.
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About Theresa Putkey
My focus is on user needs in content management systems (websites, intranets, and other CMS projects), digital asset management systems, and digital libraries. Part of making a CMS “work” is an appropriate information structure and taxonomy.
Leveraging over 10 years of experience in information architecture and over 15 years in the technology industry, I bring strong expertise to each customer. My tenure and experience in the field, coupled with my Masters degree in Information Science, provide a powerful approach to helping your organization achieve success.