Issue 1 with Alice Rawsthorn on Choice, Cassidy Blackwell on Authenticity, Jessica Helfand on Precedent.
Issue 2 with Amy Whitaker on Art, Burak Arikan on Data, Mitchel Resnick on Education.
Issue 3 with Julie Zhuo on Design, Jason Mayden on Culture, Ricarose Roque on Families.
Issue 4 with Kyna Leski on Storms, Sarah Burstein on Patents, and Ti Chang on China
Issue 5 with Sara Berman on Artrepreneurs, Kevin Bethune on Innovation, and Lena on Discrimination.
Issue 6 with John Maeda on Star Trek
Issue 7 with Ian Bogost on Play, Jessie Shefrin on Critical Making
Issue 8 with Ashleigh Axios on Leadership Tips from the White House, Thursday Bram on the Art of ‘Responsible Communication
Issue 9 with Jongmin Kim on Embracing ‘the Essence of Programming’, Courtney E. Martin on the Coworking Revolution
Issue 10 with Olatokunbo Fagbamigbe & JR Kanu on Proprietary Design vs Conscientious Design, Jocelyn K. Glei on The E-lephant in the Room: How Email Took Over Our Lives
Issue 11 with Hajj Flemings on The 100 Project — The Plan to Rebrand Detroit, Scott Belsky on Crafting The First Mile of Product, Amy S. Choi on Mash-Up America
Issue 12 with Bob Baxley on Don’t Judge, Just Observe, Michelle Kumata on Empowering Community Voices, Phillip Tiongson on Design, Filipino Tennessean Style
Issue 13 with Valerie Casey on Transforming Creative Bias Into Power, Becky Bermont on The Structure and Chaos of Organization Design
Issue 14 Angela Kyle on Why Blocks Matter: Designing the future of design education at street level, Carl & Elena Schrónez on Things We’ve Learned From Telling Others’ Stories
Issue 15 Sarah Cooper on 9 Tricks to Appear Smart in Brainstorming Meetings and Dom Goodrum on Why Measuring Design Isn’t a Terrible Idea
Issue 16 with Alisha Ramos on Embracing My Mixed Race, Hybrid Identity, Lauren McCarthy on Building an Inclusive Open Source Community for Creators and John Palfrey on The Paradox of Tolerance
Issue 17 with Ced Funches on The Responsibility of Being Better than Advertised, and Justin Dunn on Coding a New Path to the Championships
Issue #18 with Saron Yitbarek on I Don’t Belong in Tech, Jewel Burks on How My Identity Impacted My Business, and Tammie Lister on Design for Humans, Not Robots
Issue 19 with Mel Choyce on Three Reasons Designers Should Theme, Michael Arestad on Open source everything
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