Designer and Researcher Lauren Chapman is guest blogging at interactions magazine. Read her first post, The Start of an Exploration.
MAYA Design’s new space in downtown Pittsburgh was recognized by the Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania for “Excellence in Craftsmanship” at the Building Excellence Awards.
MAYA CEO Mickey McManus joins copanelists at Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh for a discussion of the opportunities in big data for business, technology and design.
As a featured presenter in the iCON Speaker Series, Senior Designer Paul Gould will help inaugurate the new Center for Creativity at Allegheny Intermediate Unit by speaking to an audience of educators about design, technology, and how education will evolve in a connected world.
Mickey McManus talks with TechTalk radio in Boston about preparing businesses to thrive in the next information technology paradigm.
Congratulations to MAYA’s Pete Lucas, Joe Ballay, and Mickey McManus, winners of the 2013 Carnegie Science Award in the Science Communicator category. The award will be presented on May 3, 2013 at the Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland.
What happens when every thing in your world—your laundry, your kitchen, your house—streams billions of bits of information from trillions of connections, communicating with each other and with you? MAYA CEO Mickey McManus delivers the keynote at the Mobile Marketing Association’s Forum, “The Mobile Connected Life,” in San Francisco.
MAYA Fellow David Bishop will join design industry leaders at Harvard’s inaugural xDesign speaker series and design challenge. Organized by former MAYAn Roderick McMullen, the event brings together Harvard’s Business School and the Graduate School of Design to transform the university’s approach to technology, business, and design education.
MAYA’s Paul Gould will present a talk called “Risky Business: Using Human-Centered Design to Make a Better Future” (introducing design methods that help to manage risk) to hundreds of high-school students interested in STEM careers at the Westinghouse Science Honors Institute.
Dutch MacDonald was selected by his peers to serve as President of the Pittsburgh chapter of the AIA. A long-time board member, he begins his tenure as president in January 2013.