Anne Quito is a design and architecture reporter for Quartz. She holds a Master's degree in visual culture from Georgetown University and an MFA in design criticism from the School of Visual Arts.
ELIA is a breakthrough new language for the blind that can be mastered in a matter of hours, not months.
By Anne Quito
Writing a book is so time-consuming that a minimum wage worker would earn more per hour and would have better sleep. So why do we keep on doing it?