What is the greatest starvation of our generation? I learned that after a call I had yesterday. Read more to know about it.
I made the decision to attend the Women in Product 2020 Virtual Conference just a few days before the conference itself. Until then, I was on the fence about the value of a virtual conference. But, curiosity took over, and I wanted to see it for myself. Before...
While working from home brings with it challenges at the present, we might be heading into a future where that becomes the new normal.
Technology & Society
Everybody is aware of what’s happening at the border. But, do we really know how to solve this issue? What works? What does not? Do we have the right information on immigration? Dive in to learn more.
In 2015, Notion was on the brink of failure. They had burned through the cash they had, the tech stack they built was sub-optimal and users weren’t raving about the product. It took two and half years and an insane amount of design iteration and UX permutation until they reached a point to launch it again — Notion 1.0. And now? A million users and counting.
[This was initially published in The Startup, one of the largest Medium publications.] How GreenDesk became WeWork — The Initial Days Miguel McKelvey thought he was just going to his friend Gil’s house to spend a Saturday night. But as he and Gil got on to the...
Education & Career
This ten step guide, filled with strategies and resourcs, will tell you all the components needed to secure your internship in the U.S.
Do you love writing? Here is a glimpse into the Seattle Writer’s Workshop and how I got a free ticket by volunteering for the organization.
Have you felt the intense pressure to be productive? To always look for the next thing to check off your to-do list? This might just be counter-productive. In this day and age where productivity is overrated, what will really help you is rather Deep Work. Here’s a glimpse into that.