Mickey McManus joined colleagues from Viz to talk about information-centric, collaborative visualization and analysis tools for use in drug discovery.
Paul Gould used MAYA’s work with the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh as the basis for a conference presentation primarily about using information architecture as a framework for guiding the evolution of complex information spaces, but which also turned out to be a bit of a defense about assets and environments held in common. The actual presentation at the conference included several video clips, which can’t be included along with the file below because of copyright restrictions. However, the notes section of the document includes information about where these videos can be found in whole from their original sources.
Speaking for an audience at Carnegie-Mellon University, Dr. Peter Lucas used case studies of MAYA’s projects as examples of HCI-driven disruptive technologies that foment deep change and undermine the status quo of an industry.
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.”
MAYA’s Information Commons improves bioinformatics analysis.
“Brave New Office” July, 2006 Francine Gemperle, a relatively new mom, and a talented Human Scientist, at MAYA is interviewed, along with a photo shot of her and her son, Milo, at our Pittsburgh office. They both look fabulous. A couple of points related to the article — we are pro Mom and pro Dad, not just pro Mom. We are gender insensitive. MAYA spelling is incorrect.
This look at MAYA’s baby-friendly workplace included focused on designer Francine Gemperle and her son, Milo.
Mickey McManus spoke about MAYA’s Pervasive Computing Practice at this conference about the integration of digital technology in everyday life.
Paul Gould and Aradhana Goel presented a pre-conference workshop about developing an information architecture to span physical and digital environments, and how an architectural view of the world shapes user experience. It includes a series of images from two different domains (grocery and healthcare) intended to serve as the starting point for workshop exercises about the intersection of information architecture, user-experience design, and business strategy.