The Curriculum Director at Girls Who Code talks to The Webby Awards about bridging the gender gap in the web.
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The Webby Awards interviews Rdio's UX designer to discuss his job, his process, his favorite digital tools, and what makes for a successful user experience.
Arun Sundararajan, a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, discusses his research on the sharing economy and peer-to-peer markets.
The Webby Awards talks to an executive producer at the groundbreaking production and entertainment company m ss ng p eces to find out how the web has elevated the craft of storytelling.
The Webby Awards wants to know: Do you currently have a “career with meaning”? If not, have you considered switching careers? Why or why not? Take the survey and let your voice be heard!
The Web has made it possible for more and more people to eschew the corporate ladder climb and go after a career with meaning instead. If you’re looking to do the same, here are 5 fantastic organizations looking for passionate people like YOU to...
We sat down with the founder of Getaround, a car-sharing company that set out to solve the problem of “car overpopulation” to talk about the original idea behind the service, how to get people to sign up to share their cars with strangers, and…
The most recent Webby Connect Portfolio Review was a huge success. See what design celebrities looked over books and check out the location of the last PF review for 2015!
Our friends at the Webby’s got to sit down with the president and COO of Change.org. Discover what it’s like to head up the web’s hottest platform for social good.
The Web – and particularly the mobile Web – has paved the way for the rise of the "sharing economy," whereby a wide range of goods/services are shared, peer to peer, rather than owned. Do you participate in the sharing economy? Share some more…