Websites and apps are places where critical parts of our lives happen. We shop, bank, learn, gossip, and select our leaders there. But many of these places weren’t intended to support these activities. Instead, they’re designed to capture your attention and sell it to the highest bidder. Living in Information draws upon architecture as a way to design information environments that serve our humanity.
This book is written by Jorge Arango, one of the authors of one of the best books about Information architecture, Information Architecture: For the Web and Beyond.
This book aims to make these connections explicit. In particular, it seeks to answer the following question: How can we design information environments that serve our social needs in the long term? — Jorge Arango