Emily Ludolph is a director at West Wing Writers. She has published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Artsy, Airmail, Eye on Design, JSTOR Daily, Quartz, Narratively, TED Online and Design Observer.
Picking up the pieces after a major career blow can be fraught with obstacles and self-doubt. We spoke to a handful of creatives about lessons learned and how they managed to come out on the other side after an apparent crash-and-burn moment.
Stress can have a major negative effect on a fertility experience. With that in mind, Smart’s Director of Design wondered, why is the fertility process such a lonely mess—especially for a single parent?
As upstart campaigns like that of Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez become a new normal in American politics, a cottage industry of design agencies, more used to digital campaigns than political ones, is growing up around these candidates and rethinking what it looks like to run for office in 2020.
A no-nonsense crew, including Gail Anderson, Pum Lefebure, and Mac Premo call out the jargon, manipulation, bad intentions, good intentions but bad behavior, and downright BS that should make creatives run the other way.