Origin of the Phrase ‘Information Architecture’

“The phrase ‘information architecture’ appears to have been coined, or at least brought to wide attention, by Richard Saul Wurman, a man trained as an architect but who has become also a skilled graphic designer and the author, editor, and/or publisher of numerous books that employ fine graphics in the presentation of information in a variety of fields.” (R.E. Wyllys – Univ. of Texas: Grad. School of Library & Information Science)

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