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2018

  • Art on the BART: My Snapchat finger painting experiment  Jan 11
  • 2017

  • Keeping in touch: 8 thought experiments on communication  Oct 22
  • 2016

  • What I learned as an intern at Uber  Jan  9
  • 2015

  • What’s really going on at Yale  Nov  8
  • Why ‘digital’ feels dated  Mar 19
  • Two questions on the future of design  Mar 17
  • 2014

  • Q&A with Enrique Allen, co-founder of Designer Fund  Dec  7
  • Strangers, but not that strange  Dec  6
  • The Future of Media on Snapchat: A design concept  Dec  1
  • No Strong Feelings  Nov 12
  • On Snapchat  Oct 19
  • A conversation with Mark Kawano, Storehouse CEO & former Apple designer  Aug 21
  • What It’s Like to Lock Eyes With a Stranger for Five Straight Minutes  Jul 31
  • The Metaphor I Left Behind  Jul 23
  • Why Interruption is Key to Good Conversation  Jul 14
  • The Case for Walking Meetings  Jul  6
  • Two Letters, Two Hours: Inside Yo’s first hackathon  Jun 30
  • Trigger Happy: The cognitive science of branding  Jun 22
  • The Jobs That Aren’t On Your Resume  Jun 15
  • Time Travel Accountability  Jun  8
  • Solved Conversations  Jun  1
  • How a Flashcard App Changed the Way I Think About My Education  May 25
  • Design for No One  May 18
  • 2013

  • Yale’s basement brains  Nov 26
  • Annotating Human Culture: An interview with the founders of Rap Genius  Nov 12
  • Ending the educational charade  Oct 26
  • Randallized: The story of a vigilante New Haven photographer  Oct 11
  • Memories from the March on Washington: A conversation with my grandmother  Aug 28
  • Advice from the Past  Aug 23
  • Behind the Equals Sign  Aug 18
  • Incremental Moonshots  May 16
  • Off the Green and Into the Rough  Feb  4