Handy Questions for Image Makers: #PressforProgress. Happy International Women’s Day! The theme this year is #PressforProgress.
Graphic design hasn’t always had the best reputation for gender equality. It’s a traditionally male-dominated industry, and most of the best-known designers discussed in articles and books today are men.
One of the early spring celebrations in many countries of the world is International Women’s Day, which is celebrated on March 8. Wives, daughters, grandmas and girlfriends will get a little gift and bouquets of flowers.
The 8th March 2018 is International Women’s Day and celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity, which, according to the World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report, is still over 200 years away.
The now fired Google engineer, James Damore, created a furore when he wrote a 10-page memo arguing that the company’s efforts to improve diversity were misguided because men may be more suited to working in tech than women.
It’s International Women’s Day, so inthis article we’ll recognize a small sample of the many women who are making an impact in various tech industry positions today. Through design, development, data science, and everything in between, these inspiring women are pushing boundaries and redefining what it means to work in tech.
Happy International Women’s Day! To celebrate, we asked our photography instructors and staff three questions:
This year, International Women’s Day falls on 8 March. And each year, the world unites in appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political, and social contributions.
Let’s celebrate International Women’s Day by making a dedication! Follow this tutorial and let’s learn together how to design fancy women avatars.
The 18th March 2017 is International Women’s Day, a day to call for a more inclusive and equal world and a better working world for women. This year’s theme is #BeBoldForChange, including challenging bias and recognizing the achievements of women.