MP: Information architecture, DITA, and Web 2.0 at Content Week 2007

I'll be giving a short workshop at Content Week 2007 on "Information architecture for Web 2.0" - inevitably, I will have a DITA angle. The conference is January 29th-Feb 1st, in San Diego.

Here's the abstract for my workshop:


Information Architecture for Web 2.0 Technologies: Designing Content That Matters

  • Learn about information architecture and why you need it
  • Find suitable structures for content and content delivery
  • Manage document types with DITA XML
  • Navigate and find content in new ways: the role of wikis, folksonomies and adaptive content
  • Define content management strategies from the users' perspective


Let me know if you're planning to attend - I'd be happy to get together with any other DITAphiles at the conference.

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