Sometimes we have to do a gut-check to make sure we are not reducing the values and principles of social progress into mere buzzwords. In this Sticky Note to Self video, I talk about one of these words—equity—and reflect on some of the reasons why misuse/overuse seems so prevalent. Watch.
Join Adobe and designers across the globe for World Interaction Design Day (IxDD), a global celebration of interaction design’s ability to improve the human condition. On Tuesday, September 25, the community will come together through activities and events taking place around the globe that showcase the diverse ways interaction design impacts everyday life.
Art publication, Sixty Inches from Center, highlights the Dwell in Other Futures festival that featured me and artists, poets, visionaries, and leaders to engage in futurism theory and practice in order to imagine a more equitable, vibrant, and creative St. Louis of the future.
A few weeks ago, my favorite platform (Instagram) launched Instagram TV (IGTV), and though I really like it so far (you can check out my channel here), it is quite different from how content creators like me are used to using video in our work.
Some peole may remember how last year’s travels became heavy enough to be considered as the firstDeTour (watch all the moments). And, this year is looking promising for engaging even more deeply with fellow young changemakers in both familiar and new communities across the nation (see below).
Created and produced by SLAM! Agency in conjunction with Venture Cafe St. Louis and Venture Cafe Miami, Innovation City gives you an inside look at how rapidly business and culture are changing thanks to increasing diversity and inclusion, heightened creativity, and a stronger and better-connected business community.
This month, De Nichols is one of several recipients of the Safety Pin Box’s (SPB) Black Women Being gift. Because SPB is a social enterprise, Black Women Being helps it support Black women committed to Black liberation and service through revenue received from the sales of its monthly box. For the month of September, De will receive on of its financial gifts as well as a feature in this month’s box.
De Nichols was selected as one of five fellows for the 2017 John F. Kennedy Center’s Citizen Artists fellows program, which recognizes artists across the country who utilize their art form for positive impact on communities.