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Designing Navigable Information Spaces (20 May 1998)
One topic that has not been addressed in depth or generality is process, a procedure for taking a collection of information and applying these principles to generate an information space. The ordering of the presentation of the principles is suggestive of the notion that conceptual organization should precede spatial organization, and the computational medium used to enhance the space whenever possible. In a given situation, though, the principles can interact nonlinearly, with the application of one impinging on the requirements of another and forcing tradeoffs.
Article URL: http://www.infoarch.ai.mit.edu/publications/mfoltz-thesis/thesis.html

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