Introduction
John Maeda (born 1966) is an American executive, designer, technologist. His work explores the area where business, design, and technology merge to make space for the "humanist technologist." He is Global Head, Computational Design and Inclusion at Automattic where he seeks to address the diversity gap in tech by exploring how inclusion can be a key ingredient for success in the technology industry.
Wikidata
Q93024
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Introduction
Japanese-American graphic designer, computer scientist, university professor, and author. His work in design and technology explores the area where the two fields merge. He is the President-elect of the Rhode Island School of Design, a position he will assume in June 2008.
Nationalities
American, Japanese-American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Computer Artist, Author, Professor, Designer, Computer Scientist, Graphic Designer, Installation Artist
Name
John Maeda
Ulan
500292242
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