So these screens are trying to think about what a grouping of information should look like and lay out a basic transition from breadth to focused. Lets use the concept of connected learning for a base of knowledge.
First frame: the top left banner would be "connected learning." This window will be the beginning part for the knowledge about connected learning. The central cube provides a visual sectioning for content about connected learning. The smaller hexagons filter outwards. These smaller hexagons are further subdivisions for this third of information about connected learning.
Clicking on the center cube face, or any of the hexagons shifts the view to the second frame. From here you can hover over the three newly presented sections. Each hexagon now has a block which contains articles and links for information relating to the hexagon title. There are options here in each block to add articles to a reading list, share, or highlight for future reference. Clicking on a hexagon here will shift view to the third frame. Where you can more easily interaction with the information and scroll through the articles.
A key aspect to this design is not about putting everything in one place, but relying on a community to organize this information:
1. Frame 1: Members of the connected learning knowledge base are able to provide ratings for relevance, stronger hexagons are closer to the central cube.
2. Frame 2 & 3: Members make subdivisions for concepts in brancg and can organize the information in ways that make a cohesive body of knowledge.
Google is powerful and results in searching a wide sea of information with decent efficiency. However, it does not help maintain a purposeful collection and many important writings are obscured in the mass. This concept places importance on individuals as librarians, and helps members of a field provide a better repertoire for new members, and their own reference.