This was Levittown, Pennsylvania, shortly after World War II. In a suburb that explicitly promised a white-only neighborhood. And it wasn’t some outlier. It was the prototypical suburb, built by the father of suburbia — Bill Levitt — who created several suburbs around the US, all named Levittown. But one… Continue Reading American segregation, mapped at day and night

This field in general is very interdisciplinary. So there’s a bit of psychology. There’s a bit of economics. There’s statistics. There’s clearly, there’s design involved. There’s program management, project management. There’s so much that goes into this and that was something that I really wanted in my next, you know,… Continue Reading M.S. in Interaction Design and Information Architecture | University of Baltimore