Richard Saul Wurman: Foreword: Designing Your Life


Richard Saul Wurman, FAIA, (1935– ) is an architect, graphic designer, and polymath with a prodigious and influential career. Born in Philadelphia and educated at the University of Pennsylvania, he coined the term “Information Architecture,” and is its leading practitioner. Mr. Wurman is the founder of the TED conferences, and has written 83 books (and counting). Among his best-known publications are the Access Press travel guides, the groundbreaking Information Anxiety (1988, revised 2000), Understanding Healthcare (2004), and his semi-autobiographical work 33: Understanding Change & the Change ...

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