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What are some good books on creating intranets?

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Good books about creating intranets include "Designing Intranets" and "What Every Intranet Team Should Know" by James Robertson, "Don't Make Me Think" by Steve Krug, and "Observing the User Experience" by Mike Kuniavsky. Also valuable is "Information Architecture for a World Wide Web" by Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville.

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The Robertson books focus on creating an intranet design that meets the needs of the staff who use it. Krug's book takes a common-sense approach to intranet design and is valuable as a reference. The Kuniavsky book focuses on practical solutions and provides different techniques. The Rosenfeld and Morville book is a definitive, comprehensive look at information architecture.

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