A lack of diversity among product design teams has negatively impacted the experience women have with countless products. For instance, when seat belts were created, they were designed with the average man in mind. As a result, studies have shown that seat-belted women are 47 percent more likely to be seriously injured than seat-belted men […]
As if the holidays weren’t already stressful enough, add in the pressure of trying to find a gift for those hard-to-shop people on your life. A list just popped into your head with the thought of it: the people who have everything, the people who are devout minimalists, the people who just can’t be wowed. […]
It’s obvious: Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are integral parts of everyone’s life. Since 2009, STEM has accounted for more than 800,000 new jobs in the U.S. — more than double the number of new jobs in non-STEM sectors. That growth should be exciting, especially considering the boom of innovation that’s sure to follow. However, […]
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