Innovation in Classification

“In this post, two threads are at work. The first addresses an issue often raised in user-centered design, which is that its discipline and process don’t e

“In this post, two threads are at work. The first addresses an issue often raised in user-centered design, which is that its discipline and process don’t encourage innovation — many people equate UCD with usability engineering, a practice which seems to limit creativity, encouraging designs similar to those already out there, because that’s what people are familiar with… The second thread involves faceted classification, one of the most powerful, yet least understood, methods of organizing information.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE