According to the Climate Clock at the time this was published, we have 6 years, 235 days, and 21 hours before the point of no return on our planet. And yet, corporations still account for over 70% of all global carbon emissions— a hefty 35 billion metric tons and rising.
The public’s growing interest in climate change has impacted only a handful of big businesses. In 2019, Jeff Bezos launched The Climate Pledge urging companies to join Amazon’s quest to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040. Shell pledges to reach zero emissions by 2050. Microsoft has declared that it will…
I recently got a ✨brand ✨new ✨MacBook for the first time in 4 years, and it’s absolutely beautiful. It’s Space Gray with a keyboard that isn’t too clicky and that neat touch bar I was missing out on. I’ve decided that the best way to honor its gorgeousness was to finally be organized and mindful with my files.
Before, I used to download and export files directly to the desktop. From there I’d rummage through arbitrary screenshots and memes and UI samples to then drag and drop what I was looking for into Slack or email. …
Transcribed and edited to fit an article format, this post is based on a project that won the Global Award Nominee position at the NASA International Space Apps Challenge 2020. You can read the original project here.
JAWAS (JoJo Lee, Annvie Nguyen, Will Guo, Albert Chen, and I) decided to focus on a familiar issue close to home for this NASA hackathon. As Asian-Americans, we were particularly interested in the Model Minority Myth and why it persists today.
Special thanks to my team members, Binnovative, and NASA for a great hackathon experience.
01— The Model Minority Myth and the AAPI…
If you are connected with me or any of the members of 🌐 Mrs. Worldwide 🌐(Mira Dhingra / mira, Michelle Lam / Michelle Lam, Monica Gee, or Keira Wong) on LinkedIn, you’ve probably been notified by each of our celebratory posts more than once. We were runner-ups at our first design jam ever, and we couldn’t be more proud.
Here’s how we went from total strangers to a focused, international five-man team that churned out a stellar proposal in just over 24 hours.
01 — How we met
02 — Pre-design jam meet + greet
03 — Pre-design jam housekeeping
04 — Jammin…
In light of the insightful conversations I’ve had with designers who are just beginning their careers, I figured it was time to share the lessons I’ve learned at my first job, which coincidentally, began exactly a year ago this month 🎉.
It’s tempting to rush into your work when you start a new project. Don’t.
Take a moment to breathe and fully understand the task at hand before doing anything else. Jumping the gun always results in careless mistakes that can negatively impact the final outcome on a grand scale. Remember, never assume anything. Always do your research.
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