MAYA’s director of human sciences, David Bishop, and communication designer Paul Gould led a full-day pre-conference workshop on information architecture as part of the IDEA 2007 conference in New York City.
Interview with Mickey McManus about pervasive computing.
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.
MAYA founder and principal Dr. Peter Lucas talked about “Information Centricity: Adventures in Monomania” as part of a special invited session titled “Along the Path of Pervasive Computing: Selected Works in GUI and TUI Design” at CHI 2007 in San Jose, CA. Pete presented in conjunction with:
InfoWorld chose the Community Catalog as the Top IT Project for 2006. Read the full article here.
An elaboration of three design principles drawn from the historic story of Friedrich Fröbel’s creation of the original kindergarten. In turn, the same design principles frame a series of contemporary case studies from the portfolio of MAYA Design.
MAYA Design Fellow Bill Lucas described how characteristics of an emergent experience economy that we perceive as modern (such as mass customization and interactive media) actually echo design practices that originated in the 19th Century with Friedrich Frobel, who was a charismatic champion of “natural education” and the first to offer an interactive learning environment in the form of kindergarten.