One of the conversations that stayed with me from a eDemocracy camp gathering several years back was the clear disconnect between the push toward transparency – often read as put it all online – and the struggles against info overload.
From both the web consumer and web manager point of view there is simply a huge problem with the fact that too often online information isn’t relevant or easily found. By relevant, I mean the right information at the right time – is it meaningful content. Easily found means that there is a strong scent for the information that allows you to easily navigate from the home page to the right landing page.
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