by Richard Saul Wurman. Edited by Peter Bradford. New York: Graphis, 1997. First Edition. Quarto. French-fold wraps. 235pp. Very Good+
As the world responds to a burgeoning information superhighway, the structure and design of data becomes increasingly important. This book shows how the presentation of information can make complex material clear and accessible. To illustrate, the book presents projects by 20 world-class designers, including David Macaulay, Clement Mok, Nigel Holmes, Peter Bradford, and Krzysztof Lenk. Each contributor has provided an essay describing his or her project and the process involved in its development.