How Parenting My Father is One Step Towards Changemaking
When I found my father in 2011, 68 years old, hands shaking from Parkinson's, back hunched over, he was working in a storage unit in Massachusetts, behind a computer, checking one or two people in and out each day, like a gatekeeper. I had traveled to the town he had grown up in because I heard from his estranged sisters that they had seen him from time to time, wandering around the neighborhood on afternoon walks.
Five Reasons to Give Half Your Work Away
Since starting my freelance design career at the age of 16, I have been giving the majority of my work away for free. In 2008, I launched verynice, a global design and innovation consultancy that donates more than half of its work to nonprofit organizations.