Everything is getting more complex. It's easy to feel overwhelmed by the amount of information we find every day. Whether it is at work, at school, or in our personal endeavors, there is a growing need, every time more profound, for people to work and understand information. Information architecture is the way we organize the parts of something to make it understandable as a whole. When we do things for others to make use of, the information architecture we choose greatly affects our ability to deliver our message to the users. The author presents a way to deal with any "mess", that is, any situation in which we need to raise or solve something. Because we all, at some point in our lives, are faced with "disasters", whether they are concrete facts, information, people, etc. This book provides a seven-step process for making sense of any "mess.” Each chapter contains a set of lessons and exercises designed to help you solve your own problems.
How to Make Sense of Any Mess
[How to Make Sense of Any Mess]
CreateSpace Independent Publishing
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Author: Felipe Izquierdo, Chile, 2020