Wayfinding on the Web

We’ve come a long way since the early days of the web, both as information consumers and search marketers. But we can do a lot more to improve our experience, writes Peter Morville in his new book, Ambient Findability. Though a relatively short book, Ambient Findability is big on ideas and concepts useful to anyone who spends a lot of time playing in search space. I’ve got a full review of the book in today’s SearchDay article, Information Wants to be Found.

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