Go girl!

Emma Watson speaks out against hollywood sexism


TiVo Bolt launched!

Exciting innovations!



About time...

US Government establishes web design standards...only took until 2015


Succesful CEO's were athletes first...

"Many of America's most successful CEOs started out in the world of sports before entering and dominating the world of business."



NYTimes: Where Working Women Are Most Common

According to this article from the New York Times, 70% of women nationwide between the ages of 25-54 are employed while 80% of men are. View the maps of men and women side-by-side to compare which areas employ more men or women. While only 26% of women these ages were unemployed in 1999, 30% are now.

Considering: "women nationwide now are more likely to graduate than men," these statistics should probably be more similar.


Putting Youth on the Map

This summer I worked as a web designer for the UC Davis Center for Regional Change (CRC), creating a site for their Putting Youth on the Map (PYOM) project.  We were totally starting from scratch - organizing content, while designer a user-friendly site that would be accessible for all ages and abilities. This site had to be interesting for youth, yet business-like for professionals. It was an interesting challenge as I also worked remotely, skyping in weekly with the PYOM and CRC team. Made entirely by my own hand coding (HTML/CSS/JavaScript&jQuery) a site was completed within 2 months! Check it out!  This is the link that I worked from this summer, it has since been moved to a new URL and is about to be moved permanently - stay tuned for the new link!