Content/Information Architecture

(@mike.schoenfelder)

Content/Information Architecture

Socially Organized Meta-Information Portal

Clearly, the CoA website needs to provide access to information and services sourced by CoA. However, there is no need to replicate information that is available elsewhere. The CoA website should serve as a centralized portal, aggregator, rebroadcaster & directory of information sources (not specific external content). Owners of the information sources should be able to self-register. CoA users should be able to tag,... more »

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Content/Information Architecture

Quick access to Civic Services Providers

I would like to enter my zip code and get the following list:

1. my official post office : website, [contact]

2. my official fire station: website, [contact]

3. my official police station : website, [contact]

4. my official user group/neighborhood association: website, [contact]

5. (elec, water, gas) utilities: website, [contact]

6. Trash collection, pickup: website, [contact]

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(@gregoryfoster)

Content/Information Architecture

Subproject: Data Curation Project

On Saturday morning, May 16th, 2009, the City hosted a meeting soliciting input from the community as they re-ignite the CoA website redesign project. It became clear that the technical staff who will be responsible for implementation of the CoA website are enthusiastic fans of making as many data feeds available as possible. However, they are also privy to the realities of the heterogenous and often legacy computing... more »

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