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logo for ASIS&TWriting for ASIS&T (The Association for Information Science & Technology), Dan Klyn proposes a method for identifying and evaluating masterworks of information architecture. He lists three criteria for comparison—Content, Context, and Users—and then applies this method to an analysis of Ulysses by James Joyce and Richard Saul Wurman’s 1963 publication, The City, Form and Intent.

A Comparison in Pursuit of “The Masterworks of Information Architecture”

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