MAYA’s Paul Gould participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Kids+Creativity network to explore change management from the perspective of educators and design professionals.
Paul Gould spoke as a panelist to an audience of several hundred people working on approaches for rethinking learning environments. Then he facilitated a day-long workshop for education leaders that introduced practical methods for innovation and put participants to work generating new potential tools, service offerings, changes to how their organizations operate, and new models for education.
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.
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.
Paul presented a talk about “Designing the Human Experience” to a crowd of more than 400 students who have demonstrated a strong interest in science and engineering.
Paul Gould co-taught a workshop about “Space, Time and the Attendee,” showing how attendees at trade shows are affected by physical space and time constraints.
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.