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DSI Catching up with Danielle Hernandez (’19)

Projects

[ _______________ ] Estuvo Aquí / Was Here

Andrea Archer (2018) A program that applies the social design process to the effort to solve the overwhelming issues of the opioid epidemic in public parks. Estuvo Aquí/Was Here shifts from working on the symptoms of public injection and discarded syringes to the urgent need for supporting health in the most vulnerable populations. Process Paper:…

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Yummy Secret

Jinwei Hu, Lirong Yang (2018) A program that creates closer relationships between local communities and seniors in nursing homes through recipe and memory sharing. Process Paper: (PDF)

YUBIKIRI

by Yuka Uogishi

“YUBIKIRI is a photo contribution site aiming to generate a conversation about sustainable energy.”

Youth Action Lab

Youth Action Lab Lorena Estrella Youth Action Lab is an afterschool club for middle schoolers that uses storytelling and creative expression to explore questions on race & identity.

You Are Here

by Manolo Ampudia and Emily Herrick

“A facilitation method that develops active citizens — giving young adults in NYC the skills to understand how local government affects the wellbeing of their neighborhoods.”

Workways: Building an Inclusive Creative Economy

Workways: Building an Inclusive Creative Economy Vanessa Yip Workways is a worker-centric data-gathering toolkit built to amplify equitable business models that provide direct pathways into the creative economy for immigrant women of color in NYC.

Workways: Building an Inclusive Creative Economy

Workways: Building an Inclusive Creative Economy Andrea Miranda Salas Workways is a worker-centric data-gathering toolkit built to amplify equitable business models that provide direct pathways into the creative economy for immigrant women of color in NYC.

Works Art Center

Haoshi Jiang (2017)

“A program that helps people with disabilities to master skills that will connect them to jobs.”

Wonder

by Claire Kim

“Wonder is a web app that fuses a work-rest cycle into the daily routines of working professionals so they can achieve positive energy throughout the day.”

Wombologue

by Xintong Liu

“Wombologue is an online achievement platform using illustrations to document forced abortion stories in China.”

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