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Using Facets to Find Unstructured Content

What does ‘faceted navigation’ mean to you? For web-savvy individuals, it’s a search experience similar to that which you would find on Amazon. Facets primarily allow an individual to quickly sort through large amounts of information to locate a single or few entities. The infographic below provides a visual overview of what facets are, where they come from, and what they can allow you to do.

infographic about faceted navigation

This infographic is a visual introduction to how facets can improve item, document, and content findability, regardless of the form and structure of that content. Other factors, like customized action-oriented results and an enterprise-wide taxonomy, allow for an even more advanced search experience. EK has experience in designing and implementing solutions that optimize the way you use your knowledge, data, and information, and can produce actionable and personalized recommendations for you. If this is something you’d like to speak with the experts at EK about, reach out to info@enterprise-knowledge.com.

Maddie Fritz Maddie Fritz Maddie Fritz is a Knowledge Management Analyst with interests in Search strategy and design, UI/UX Design, and Taxonomy. She loves the nitty-gritty of deep research and the problem solving process. To her, good work means a good design that leaves clients and companies happy. More from Maddie Fritz »