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Living in Information: Responsible Design for Digital Places Paperback – 15 Jun. 2018
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- Publisher : Two Waves Books (15 Jun. 2018)
- Language: : English
- Paperback : 240 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1933820659
- ISBN-13 : 978-1933820651
- Dimensions : 14.99 x 1.78 x 22.61 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,168,138 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer reviews:
-- Dave Gray, author of Liminal Thinking and Gamestorming<br \><br \>"It has never been more important to design with intention and vision. Living in Information provides a definitive roadmap on how to lead, architect, and design information environments that are intentional, resilient, add value, and shape social interactions"
-- Priyanka Kakar, Director, Product Design, The Walt Disney Company<br \><br \>"It immediately and profoundly impacted the way I think about the systems I design and use."
-- Jeff Sussna, digital transformation consultant and author of Designing Delivery
"Jorge Arango proves to be an insightful tour guide to information spaces, explaining how we interact with this new architecture."
-- Karen McGrane, author of Going Responsive
"We spend more time in information environments every day-- this book is a great place to spend some time to understand how we can design digital places that benefit us in the long term."
-- Dan Ramsden, Creative Director for UX Architecture and Design Research, BBC
About the Author
Jorge Arango is a strategic designer and information architect. Upon seeing the then-new World Wide Web in 1994, he left his career in (building) architecture to start the first web design consultancy in Central America. He has since designed information environments for organizations that range in scope from developing-world nonprofits to Fortune 500 corporations. He is co-author (with Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville) of Information Architecture: For the Web and Beyond (2015), the fourth edition of O'Reilly's celebrated "polar bear" book. He is also a former president of the Information Architecture Institute, and speaks and teaches about design leadership around the world. Jorge lives with his wife and three children in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can reach him via email at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter, where he is @jarango.
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Mr. Arango is certainly one of the most culturally literate people in the field of information architecture today. As such, this is very much a book on the philosophy and ethics of information design – one that is long overdue.
If you are looking for lists of dos and don’ts, or best practices you can apply tomorrow, you will be sorely disappointed. But I guarantee that this brilliant book is going to make you think long and hard about the projects on which you’re working. And it WILL make you a much better designer – digital or otherwise.