What’s the point of journalism? That’s a question Brian Boyer has taken deeply to heart. As the Visuals Editor of NPR, he’s been hard at work for the last six months on a project called Carebot, which tracks how well news stories drive audiences to take action and aims to “change how newsrooms measure and […]
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As for helping dyslexic people read better, Dutch graphic designer Christian Boer (who’s dyslexic) developed a font, Dyslexie, with unique lettering to help prevent readers from confusing similar letters.
This short film by Luisa Conlon, Hanna Miller, and Lacy Jane Roberts chronicles how Ahmed Al Kubaisi left his family behind and was resettled in the Bay Area in 2013 by the UN Refugee Agency.
The more books kids have at home, the better they’ll do in school. With this in mind, a new program is looking to make books more accessible to children and their families than ever before.
It is a remarkable moment for the technology industry, with many different companies and organizations rallying around a single company — Apple — in a major legal case against the United States government over privacy and security.
This week, Twitter finally admitted that their growth has stalled – and their stock quickly followed suit.
Liberal arts skills will be even more in demand in leaders of the future.
Demographic trends combined with the power of social media have collided to empower an increasingly educated, affluent, and tech-savvy black consumer base. As a result, it’s a key time for companies to make connections with black consumers.