At this Centers for Disease Control conference, MAYA CEO Mickey McManus presented a white paper about team strategies for facilitating innovation sessions.
MAYA CEO Mickey McManus gave the keynote presentation about market risks and opportunities that have arisen from a convergence of disruptive technology and the need for user centered design.
Mickey McManus joined colleagues from Viz to talk about information-centric, collaborative visualization and analysis tools for use in drug discovery.
In Berlin, Germany, Mickey McManus joins Hakan Kostepen of Panasonic Automotive Systems America in a panel discussion on the topic of “creating consumer value for back-seat entertainment.”
Mickey McManus spoke about MAYA’s Pervasive Computing Practice at this conference about the integration of digital technology in everyday life.
Mickey McManus joined Russ Sabo, a client partner from Eaton, in Dallas, Texas to present our project as an example of human-centered design and rapid product realization in the context of machine-to-machine communication.
Mickey McManus spoke to an international audience about aiming for human-oriented experience design when designing products at the forward edge of machine-to-machine (M2M) flows of information.
Micker McManus joined Sheila Jackson (Main-Library Redesign Director) and Karen Rossi (Circulation Services Manager) from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh to present “Architecting a Pleasurable User-Centered Library Experience.” Speaking to an audience of more than 1000, they described how — at a time of massive architectural renovations — a user-centered approach to information architecture can seamlessly integrate the physical, digital, and human aspects of the library experience.
Mickey McManus described how modeling and drawing tools can help to resolve and present information on multiple levels, sharing examples of strategies and rationale.