Dan Klyn is an information architect from the United States and co-founder of The Understanding Group (TUG). He’s interested in planning, strategy, and architecture for places made of information. He likes coffee an awful lot and teaches information architecture at the University of Michigan, School of Information. Klyn’s research is focused on applying the teachings of Richard Saul Wurman and Christopher Alexander in digital practice. In April 2018, he completes a 2-year term as President of the Information Architecture Institute.
- Does Form Really Follow Function? Learning from Louis Sullivan (2018 Pre-Conference Workshop)
- Architecture, Information Architecture, and the Truth – Closing Plenary (2017 Keynote)
- The Understanding Bee (2015 Main Conference Talk)
- Because McLuhan (2014 Main Conference Talk)
- What Before How: Making a Home for Information Architecture (2013 Main Conference Talk)
- Toward an Information Architecture Curriculum and Canon: A Roundtable Discussion (2011 Main Conference Talk)
- Escaping Flatland – “The Spatial Turn” and Information Architecture (2019 Main Conference Talk)