Pre-taxonomy: getting cross-functional alignment on information architecture
Maria Romanovsky of Workato
In this session
In some ways, information architecture is just like building architecture: it’s all about context. After all, you organize the content of your office space differently from your bathroom. The same is true for organizing information.
In this session, Maria Romanovsky talks us through the process of moving from context, to architecture, to an agreed taxonomy. Taking Handshake as a case study, she shows how it was only once Workato had figured out Handshake’s context that they could begin to build an architecture — and get buy-in on the company’s particular vocabulary.
Building a common vocabulary
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Amy Connors of Okcoin
How SentinelOne architected a global-ready taxonomy practice
Rochelle Fisher of SentinelOne
Content councils: best practices for uniting behind a single taxonomy
Jennifer Schmich of Spotify
Sourcing, maintaining, and scaling taxonomy in a multi-product company
Jonathon Colman of HubSpot