A good introduction (less dry than it sounds!) to the process of information architecture in an established organization. I was impressed with the tone and content but very disappointed in the presentation of this book. The second edition has a ton of typos, random sections printed in gray, and straight quotes and tick marks where there should be smart quotes and apostrophes. Three stars despite the flaws, because I enjoyed it as a textbook.
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