I visited Mexico City for two weeks this August. I spent the first half of my trip running workshops for 23 Design, a Mexico City design studio. I was brought to 23 to teach the design team frameworks and tools for working with software engineers. We talked about the different aspects of an interface that can introduce engineering complexity, the importance of approaching internal processes with the empathy, curiosity, and attention to detail of a designer, and even built a tiny app together.
,I spent the second half of my trip exploring the city, visiting museums, going to wild performances, and drinking an invigorating amount of mezcal.
When I was little, and I traveled with my parents, I thought travel was the magic of encountering a world of spontaneously beautiful and fascinating things. As I got a little bit older, I noticed how much time my parents would spend researching...
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