President, Dynamic Diagrams
Paul Kahn is President of Dynamic Diagrams, a division of Cadmus Professional Communication. He holds a degree in English Literature from Kenyon College. His work with text
processing systems began at Harvard University in 1977 as an analyst and production editor, and continued in the role of an application specialist for Atex, Inc. and as a member of the hypertext research staff at
Brown University's Institute for Research in Information and Scholarship (IRIS), where he served as director from 1990-94. He teaches interactive design part-time at Rhode Island School of Design.
Diagrams is an information design firm specializing in the mapping of knowledge and the presentation of information on the computer screen. Since its founding in 1991, d/D has worked with major companies the fields
of hardware and software, publishing, and financial service, creating analysis reports, visualization of information collections, web site architecture and design, and user interface design. Projects from Dynamic
Diagrams have been published by R.S.Wurman in "Information Architects" and the forthcoming "UnderStAnding," Wildbur and Burke's "Information Graphics," and in many professional books
and journals. Dynamic Diagrams became part of Cadmus Communications in 1999, and currently encompasses a design office in London and web site production and hosting facilities in Baltimore.