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Keith Doyle
User Experience Consultant
Extreme Usability

Keith Doyle worked in further and higher education for a total of 13 years. He has been Web Content Architect at the University of Salford and Web Master at Manchester College of Arts and Technology (now The Manchester College). Since leaving Salford in 2008, Keith has worked in the private sector, and is now self-employed. Keith's technical interests are in user experience - in particular in Web site navigation, information architecture and live usability testing.

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Profile last updated: 
July 2010

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Institutional Web Management Workshop 2010

Keith Doyle provides a personal perspective on a conference organised by UKOLN for those involved in the provision of institutional Web services.

issue64 July 2010

accessibility, apache, blog, browser, canterbury christ church university, cocoa, content management, css, curation, data, data visualisation, datamining, eduserv, facebook, firefox, framework, geospatial data, gis, google, hashtag, higher education, html, html5, hypertext, ilrt, information architecture, iwmw, linked data, mashup, memento, metadata, mobile, mobile campus assistant, mobile phone, opera, oxford university computing services, plone, portal, qr code, rdfa, research, rss, search technology, sharepoint, smartphone, social web, software, taxonomy, terminalfour, twitter, ukoln, university college london, university of bristol, university of cambridge, university of oxford, university of salford, university of sheffield, university of the west of england, usability, video, videoconferencing, visualisation, w3c, web app, web development, web services, webkit, widget, wikipedia, wookie, wordpress, xcri, xml

Book Review: Information Architecture for the World Wide Web

Keith Doyle reviews the 3rd edition of the primary reference book for practising in-house staff and consultants responsible for the development of institutional information architecture.

issue51 April 2007

blog, content management, controlled vocabularies, information architecture, intranet, metadata, research, search technology, software, tagging, taxonomy, thesaurus, university of salford, vocabularies, wireframe
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