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Episode 015 - Living in Information with Jorge Arango

In this episode of the podcast, Sophia and Jorge discuss why the tension between top-down and bottom-up is the greatest challenge to designers, how to recognize signs that you’re working on a “greedy” product, and why social media is like a meeting that lasts forever.

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Jorge is an independent information architecture consultant who helps companies gain clarity, confidence, and traction. He is the author of “Living in Information," and a coauthor on the fourth iteration of the Polar Bear book. Jorge's podcast, “The Informed Life,” explores how people organize information to get things done. In this episode of the podcast, Sophia and Jorge discuss why the tension between top-down and bottom-up is the greatest challenge to designers, how to recognize signs that you’re working on a “greedy” product, and why social media is like a meeting that lasts forever. Enjoy!

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Follow Jorge on Twitter: @jarango

Keep up with Jorge on his website: https://jarango.com/

The Informed Life podcast episode with Sophia: https://theinformed.life/2021/06/06/episode-63-sophia-prater/

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