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Content analysis: Describing your landscape
Wednesday, 2nd February 2011
Having a clear idea of the content on our intranets and websites is the key to ensuring that the user experience is optimised and findability is high. But the idea of carrying out an information audit can be daunting, particularly when we feel we know where the content problems lie. So try this practical and realistic approach, put forward by Manage contributing editor Kate Simpson, to increase the value of your web content.
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By Kate Simpson
Kate Simpson is a freelance information & knowledge architect based in Toronto, Canada. She's spent the last 10+ years turning a legal education into a passion for complex information spaces (law firms, publishing, government, etc). Through her company Tangledom, Kate tends toward the obsessive when exploring the different ways we can make information and knowledge easier to find, use, share and manage within our organisations.
Kate is the Manage practice area contributing editor for FUMSI.
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