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.
MAYA CEO Mickey McManus will be a guest on the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s weekly radio program TechVibe on Saturday, January 12 at noon to talk about connected devices and the future of information. Tune in to WPGB 104.7 to listen, [stream] it live, or catch the [archived] program.
Start the new year with a fresh look at the opportunities and challenges for business, technology and people as we scale a mountain of a trillion connected devices. Host Jim Cunningham interviews Mickey McManus on the future of ‘Trillions’ on The QED Morning Show. Listen to the interview.
The Pittsburgh Technology Council talks with MAYA CEO Mickey McManus about the end of one era in information technology and the start of another.
MAYA Fellow David Bishop spoke to students of Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business and the Human-Computer Interaction Institute about applying human-centered design techniques and principles in the real world.
Mickey McManus will lead MBA students at the UCLA Anderson School of Management in a Trillions master class hosted by Professor Peter Guber, CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group.
How can the principles of design science prepare us for the next information revolution? Read an excerpt from Trillions on The Huffington Post’s technology blog to explore the challenges of a vast and saturated information environment.
MAYA Design contributed our branding and building skills to the Mad Science Supply & Surplus shop, outfitting inventors of all ages. A profile in the neighborhood magazine, The Bulletin.
Technology is disrupting the way we make things at all stages of fabrication and in all industries. More and more, consumers are dictating what they see and when they see it. Mickey McManus will join TechShop CEO Mark Hatch and others to talk about customization and the future of making stuff at Autodesk University in Las Vegas.
Thanks to technology, instant, usable, and reliable access to our memories and life experiences means living forever may not be science fiction much longer. Surrounded by a sea of information, how do we weave this “data” into something more than the sum of its parts? Mickey McManus and co-panelists will discuss “Immortality for Fun and Profit” at Techonomy Tucson.