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Five Hat Racks - Organizing Information
Transcript of Five Hat Racks - Organizing Information
Information Anxiety 2
Founder of TED talks
Coiner of term "Information Architect"
Developer of the "5 Hat Racks," a schema for organizing data
He Had a Small Hat Problem
(Also Known as L.A.T.C.H.)
Maybe it was bigger than he thought....
The 5 Hat Racks
L = Location
T = Time
A = Alphabet
C = Category
H = Hierarchy
Provides a spatial reference to orient and to give a meaningful context
Hats from A to Z
Great for non linear reference
- and -
when the information can't be organized any other way
Fun Fun Fun
Information is more meaningful in a:
The Five Hat Racks
How to Organize Information and Make People (Really) Happy
Information makes most sense when organized by
Organizes information according to magnitude. Works best with when comparing things using a common measure
"H" is for_______ . This dimension of information organization orders data by ________.
People are happier when they can relate to and interact meaningfully with information
Make the world a better place!
Do you or someone you know ever feel like this?
Also said: "People never forget things, they just never remembered them in the first place because it was too boring."
Richard Saul Wurman