Says Abby Covert that this is a book a that you can read during the time it takes to go from New York to Chicago by plane, meaning some 2 and a half hours. And, yes, you can do that. But really getting into what she is telling us is something that will probably take us some weaks. And putting them into practice, well, it’s something that can take a work life.
A book on information architecture that doesn’t seems to be about information architecture just because information architecture is almost everywhere.
“Information architecture is the way that we arrange the parts of something to make it understandable”