Dec 30

Bend and Warp

In “Generating dynamic architecture based on user intent Sabin uses a little narrative to describe what better web sites do, “[w]hile the content stays where it is, the paths to the content bend and warp to the user’s needs.” How to determine user intent is a whole other discussion but I do like that sentence. Peterme said something similar during his presentation at the IA summit 2000 in his presentation on “websites that learn.”

Create an organization that is flexible, not rigid But make sure what changes are the connections, not the addresses

I want some more resources that discuss how to do this…how to have content that “stays where it is” at its “address” with a road that rises up to meet you (as the saying goes). I would really like to find discussions of how to do this with some technical detail.

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