Amoroso, N. (2010). The exposed city: Mapping the urban invisibles. Oxon, UK: Routledge.
Bachelard, G., & Jolas, M. (1994). The poetics of space: The classic look at how we experience intimate places. Boston: Beacon Press.
Benyon, D., & Resmini, A. (2017). User experience in cross-channel ecosystems. Proceedings of the British HCI Conference 2017.
Bloomer, K. C., & Moore, C. W. (1979). Body, memory, and architecture. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Dangermond, J., & Keegan, H. (2013, Fall). Urban observatory opens lens into comparative understanding. Esri. https://www.esri.com/about/newsroom/arcnews/urban-observatory-opens-lens-into-comparative-understanding/.
Devlin-Glass, F. (2004). Who “curls up” with “Ulysses”? A study of non-conscripted readers of Joyce. James Joyce Quarterly, 41(3), 363–380. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25478065.
Ellmann, R. (1983). James Joyce. New York: Oxford University Press.
Kahn, N., HBO/Cinemax Documentary Films. (2013). My architect: A son’s journey.
Kidd, J. (1989). An inquiry into ulysses—The corrected text. Boston: James Joyce Research Center, Boston University.
Klyn, D. (2013, August 20). Dumb: 5 patterns from the life and work Of Richard Saul Wurman. UX Week. https://vimeo.com/74401319.
Klyn, D. (2016). A comparison in pursuit of “The masterworks of information architecture”: Learning from James Joyce’s Ulysses and Richard Saul Wurman’s the city, form and intent. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 42.(5). https://doi.org/10.1002/bul2.2016.1720420508.
Klyn, D. (2015). Previously unpublished interviews with Richard Saul Wurman.
Mahaffey, V. (1988). Reauthorizing Joyce. Cambridge University. Press.
Mcluhan, M. (1964). Understanding media. MIT Press.
Passonneau, J., & Wurman, R. S. (1966). Urban Atlas: 20 American cities: A communication study notating selected urban data at a scale of 1:48,000. MIT Press.
Resmini, A., & Rosati, L. (2011a). A brief history of information architecture. Journal of Information Architecture, 3(2). http://journalofia.org/volume3/issue2/03-resmini/.
Resmini, A., & Rosati, L. (2011b). Pervasive information architecture. Morgan Kaufmann.
Rosenfeld, L., Morville, P., & Arango, J. (2015). Information architecture: For the web and beyond. O’Reilly.
Rossman, C. (1988). The new ‘Ulysses’: The hidden controversy. New York Review of Books, 35(19). https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1988/12/08/the-new-Ulysses-the-hidden-controversy/.
Scott Brown, D (1969). On pop art, permissiveness and planning. Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 35, 184–186. Reprinted in Scott Brown, D. (2009). Having words. Architectural Association (pp. 55–59).
Shillingsburg, P. (2006). On being textually aware. Studies in American Naturalism, 1(1–2), 170–195. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23431282.
Wareing, L., & Cruickshank, L. (2013). New design processes for knowledge exchange tools for the new IDEAS project.
Wurman, R. S. (1974). Cities: Comparisons of form and scale: Models of 50 significant towns and cities to the scale of 1:43,200 or 1” = 3,600’. Joshua Press.
Wurman, R. S. (1963). The city, form and intent: Being a collection of the plans of fifty significant towns and cities all to the scale 1:14400. North Carolina State University.
Wurman, R. S. (1990). Information anxiety. Bantam Books.
Wurman, R. S. (1971). Making the city observable. Design Quarterly. No. 80. MIT Press.
Wurman, R. S. (1972). Invisible city. Design Quarterly. Nos. 86–87. MIT Press.
Wurman, R. S. (1989). Hats. Design Quarterly. No. 145. The MIT Press.
Wurman, R. S. (1997). Information architects. Graphis.
Wurman, R. S. (2017). UnderstandingUnderstanding. Oro.