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Categories & Consequences: The politics of organizing information

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Upstatement

137 Portland Street

#4th Floor

Boston, MA 02114

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Curious about how to strategically organize content on the web? Come learn from the woman who wrote the book on it...literally!

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Lisa Maria Marquis is an independent consultant based in Boston. She practices content-driven information architecture, helping organizations to understand, organize, and structure their web content for empowering user experiences. She is the author of Everyday Information Architecture, as well as the managing editor of A Book Apart. You can follow her on Twitter (@redsesame), where she yells about politics, poetry, and Star Trek.

Lisa Maria is coming by Upstatement to read a sample from her book and discuss the ins and outs of categorizing content on the web--from decision-making processes to outcomes for users.

Hang around after the talk for Q&A and drinks!

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