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Information Overload: Organizing Website Content

Having lots of content on your website is a good thing, but how can all that information be organized effectively?

1. Introduction (:48)

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  1. Introduction (:48) :48 FREE!
  2. Communicating with Color (5:05) 5:05 FREE!
  3. Site Architecture (5:17) 5:17 FREE!
  4. Chunky Drop-Downs (4:36) 4:36 FREE!
  5. Wikipedia vs. The United States Government (4:45) 4:45 FREE!
  6. Intuitive Mashups (6:29) 6:29 FREE!

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Having lots of content on your website is a good thing, but how can all that information be organized effectively? Aliyah Marr explores the problem of information overload, pointing out some existing approaches that are successful and some that leave the user feeling overwhelmed.

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Aliyah Marr
Life path consultant, creativity coach, business and marketing mentor.

With a solid background in marketing, design, coaching and writing, Aliyah Marr coaches individuals throughout the entire creative process all the way from developing their personal vision to establishing their personal brand and marketing their product/service.

Author of a groundbreaking book on creative development, Parallel Mind, The Art of Creativity, Aliyah Marr is a multimedia artist, graphic designer, and educator. She taught graphic design, art, interactive programming, and new media at Parsons, Pratt, and The School of Visual Arts in New York City. She is an art director with a stellar client list of Fortune 100 companies, and has worked in every medium: print, video, and interactive. She has even worked as a designer for a couple of feature films and has produced TV shows.

If you have a creative project that you want to develop, market, or promote -- such as writing a book, creating a new business, or career path -- contact her via email. References are available upon request.



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