Monday, March 12, 2007

IA Exercise: Catalogs

Browsing for things can be challenging in Second Life. Here are few examples of "catalogs" of various kinds.

These catalogs take the form of: a pile of stuff, a building as a container for the items of interest, books on shelves, books on a table display, a rolling index, and a wall display.

IA Exercise
Some SL catalogs take advantage of the unique 3-D nature of the environment. Some struggle with it. Some forms are useful for certain kinds of browsing. Others are frustrating -- or are frustrating at certain times. What are some great solutions to the 3-D catalog conundrum?

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