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Learn more about Information Architecture & content strategy and improve your design workflow with our curated list of recommended books.

Information Architecture for the Web and Beyond

Considered as the bible for Information Architecture, this book will provide you with essential concepts, methods, and techniques for digital design that have withstood the test of time.You will learn how to create semantic structures that will help people engage with your message. (Credit: O'Reily)

How to Make Sense of Any Mess by Abby Covert

This book outlines a step-by-step process for making sense of messes made of information (and people) in different scenarios and also has some awesome worksheets.

Search Patterns: Design for Discovery by Peter Morville and Jeffery Callender

By drawing on their own experience-as well as best practices and evidence-based research-the authors not only offer a practical guide to help you build effective search applications, they also challenge you to imagine the future of discovery. You'll find Search Patterns intriguing and invaluable, whether you're a web practitioner, mobile designer, search entrepreneur, or just interested in the topic. It is also recommended by Irene Au, Director of User Experience, Google!

Content Strategy for the Web by Kristina Halvorson

Content Strategy for the Web is the industry’s go-to handbook for creating and executing successful content strategies. You’ll learn how to create and deliver useful, usable content for your online audiences, when and where they need it most.

The Elements of Content Strategy by Erin Kissane

This brief guide explores content strategy’s roots, and quickly and expertly demonstrates not only how it’s done, but how you can do it well. A compelling read for both experienced content strategists and those making the transition from other fields.