On April 1st, we hosted SHAPE, our annual internal design conference. Different animals across VMware — tigers, pandas, flamingos — gathered for talks and workshops about the value of design and its role at VMware.
And no, that was not entirely an April fool’s day joke.
I finally managed to put my Burning Man experience into words. Along with the pictures from my disposable film camera, I hope this will give you a sense of what the life at playa is about, and how I’ve been trying to hold onto the principles of Burning Man in the default world.
I came back to San Francisco from Burning Man around 10:30 pm on Labor Day. As soon as I put down my dusty belongings on the apartment floor, I rushed to shower thoroughly for the first time in a week and went to bed immediately afterward. Going…
In a nutshell, Bean and Company is a passion project among four friends, all of whom craved a creative outlet throughout their college years. During the six months after we launched Bean + Co, together the four of us worked with six clubs and organizations on and beyond the Tufts campus.
I am here to write about the story of how Bean and Co grew from an idea to a living, breathing project that we are so proud to be a part of.
As a member of the very small dual-degree program between Tufts University and School of Museum of Fine Arts, I was approached by the admissions office to write about why I chose the program. Here are my reasons.
I was that kid in high school who would willingly spend eight hours on a painting assignment but would also enjoy writing a 14-page research paper on merits of authoritarianism. Craving for both intensive studio practices and a general liberal arts education, I had my eyes on the combined degree program between Tufts and SMFA. I deeply appreciate the…
Product Designer @VMware, Tufts Alumni.