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Imagine what would be different if we always design for inclusion? If we create learning experiences that are tech-integrated and not tech-enabled? What if we incorporate play into our everyday jobs? In early February, over one hundred DFA alumni, design professionals, and current students gathered at LinkedIn in San Francisco for a panel discussion about … Read More
Design for America welcomes our newest studio, University of Michigan, to the DFAmily! Inspired after attending the DFA Leadership Studio Conference in August 2017, students Abril Vela, Uriel Lee, and Ken Kaufman were eager to begin using the human centered design process to bring about social change. In Fall 2017, the students rallied an enthusiastic group … Read More
When DFA Stanford alum Nathan Kondamuri began wearing glasses at the age of eight, he found the experience dreadful. Aside from the general “uncool” factor, his glasses felt more like a glaring medical device that didn’t fit his personality. Just like Nathan, many kids today don’t like wearing glasses for those same reasons and they … Read More