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Content by the Slice,
Information Architecture Workshop
@anthonydpaul • Director of UX at idfive • Mobile UXCamp DC 2015
We need to design
data experiences.”
Dan Willis, ~30 minutes ago
“
important tasks, important users, beyond devices
Let’s start with an exercise
● Groups of 3 to 5
You're organizing a series of items
into a navigation tree for use on a
small screen like a wristwatch.
1 of 2: Let’s star...
1 of 2: Let’s start with an exercise (10 min)
● Up to 4 items/categories at once
● As many levels as you need
● Quickly and easily find any item
1 of 2: Let’s start wit...
● Why did you choose it?
● Deepest number of levels?
● Hardest item?
● Biggest weakness?
1 of 2: Tell us about your mechan...
Swap app types with a nearby
team. If you get the same type,
trade with someone else.
2 of 2: Trade contexts (5 min)
● Make as few modifications as possible
● Add/Remove categories if necessary
2 of 2: Trade contexts (5 min)
● What changed?
● What moved the furthest?
● What stayed the same?
2 of 2: Tell us about your mechanism
Dan Klyn & Andrew Hinton on “thingness”
Dan Klyn & Andrew Hinton on “thingness”
Dan Klyn & Andrew Hinton on “thingness”
http://www.timberland.com
http://www.timberland.com
There is no right way
[to organize content].”
Abby Covert, UX Week 2015 • http://vimeo.com/139025676
“
try multiple ways, ...
Think like
Bloomberg Billionaires
http://www.bloomberg.com/billionaires/
Five Hat Rack (aka, LATCH)
● Location
● Alphabet
● Time
● Category
● Hierarchy
If you need inspiration…
youtu.be/Tgi1JQGHENI
Thank you
Online at
http://adp.rocks or http:// .ws
Twitter
@anthonydpaul
Coming up
WordCamp NYC War Room Collaboration
Ac...
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A workshop on creating user-friendly navigation taxonomies for small mobile interfaces, with language and context needed to quickly and easily find each content item.

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Content by the Slice, Information Architecture Workshop - Mobile UXCamp DC 2015

  1. 1. Content by the Slice, Information Architecture Workshop @anthonydpaul • Director of UX at idfive • Mobile UXCamp DC 2015
  2. 2. We need to design data experiences.” Dan Willis, ~30 minutes ago “ important tasks, important users, beyond devices
  3. 3. Let’s start with an exercise ● Groups of 3 to 5
  4. 4. You're organizing a series of items into a navigation tree for use on a small screen like a wristwatch. 1 of 2: Let’s start with an exercise (10 min)
  5. 5. 1 of 2: Let’s start with an exercise (10 min)
  6. 6. ● Up to 4 items/categories at once ● As many levels as you need ● Quickly and easily find any item 1 of 2: Let’s start with an exercise (10 min)
  7. 7. ● Why did you choose it? ● Deepest number of levels? ● Hardest item? ● Biggest weakness? 1 of 2: Tell us about your mechanism
  8. 8. Swap app types with a nearby team. If you get the same type, trade with someone else. 2 of 2: Trade contexts (5 min)
  9. 9. ● Make as few modifications as possible ● Add/Remove categories if necessary 2 of 2: Trade contexts (5 min)
  10. 10. ● What changed? ● What moved the furthest? ● What stayed the same? 2 of 2: Tell us about your mechanism
  11. 11. Dan Klyn & Andrew Hinton on “thingness”
  12. 12. Dan Klyn & Andrew Hinton on “thingness”
  13. 13. Dan Klyn & Andrew Hinton on “thingness”
  14. 14. http://www.timberland.com
  15. 15. http://www.timberland.com
  16. 16. There is no right way [to organize content].” Abby Covert, UX Week 2015 • http://vimeo.com/139025676 “ try multiple ways, look for patterns, find a blend
  17. 17. Think like Bloomberg Billionaires http://www.bloomberg.com/billionaires/
  18. 18. Five Hat Rack (aka, LATCH) ● Location ● Alphabet ● Time ● Category ● Hierarchy If you need inspiration…
  19. 19. youtu.be/Tgi1JQGHENI
  20. 20. Thank you Online at http://adp.rocks or http:// .ws Twitter @anthonydpaul Coming up WordCamp NYC War Room Collaboration Across the Internet Canyon WordCamp US (Philly) TBD

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