The Raven

The Raven

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

· Taxonomy · Classification · Persuasive Information Arrangement ·
Katherine Bertolucci is the leading information management consultant specializing in persuasive arrangement.
Is your organized information sending a winning message?
Do your taxonomies and classifications help users find data?
Or are they fighting with disorganized and poorly labeled lists? 
Like all communication, organized information persuades and dissuades with subtle clues. Unintentional clues may have negative effects on your project. 
Is your structured information working for you or against you?
One of the first to develop taxonomies for non-biologic information, Katherine Bertolucci began building new classifications immediately after graduating from library school at the University of Chicago, a dramatic departure from traditional librarianship.
That began a career of taxonomy and classification constructions for a multitude of subjects and data types. 
Based in Phoenix, Katherine works on large and small projects, with such well known clients as Lowe’s Home Improvement Centers, Procter & Gamble, and Snoopy.
Services include new taxonomies and classifications, arrangement advice, and critiques of existing organizational structures. 
Katherine’s lengthy experience in the design and observation of organized information will help you build persuasive arrangements for your users.
Photo Credit:  Carson Smith

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