PennDesign's 2015 Integrated Product Lecture features Richard Saul Wurman

January 23, 2015 | DesignPhiladelphia, From our Friends

 

The University of Pennsylvania's 2015 Integrated Product Lecture will feature Richard Saul Wurman on the evening of February 2, 2015 in the lower gallery of Meyerson Hall (210 South 34th Street).

Richard Saul Wurman (B.Arch '58, M.Arch '59, Information Architect, TED Founder) seeks ways to make the complex clear. The acknowledged father of Information Architecture, he has designed and published 83 books on a range of topics, while creatiing conferences and new mapping projects. Co-founder of TED talks - TED was launched in 1984 out of Richard Saul Wurman's observation of a powerful convergence among three fields: technology, entertainment, and design.

The University of Pennsylvania's Integrated Product Design Master's Programs merge the disciplines of design, engineering and business for the purpose of creating compelling new products and experiences. The program is designed to train students in technology, business, manufacturing, aesthetics and human-product interaction and provide them with the gramework for bringing these disciplines together to create something new.

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The lecture is free; but space is limited so advanced registration is required here.

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