Andrew Sibert is an Interaction Designer at Google in Mountain View, California.
Andrew Sibert was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. Being the son of two architects, as long as he can remember he has been encouraged to create. Recently, Andrew has discovered product design, something he hopes to pursue as a life long passion.
Jenn Lee is a UX Design Student at SCAD in Savannah, GA.
Jenn Lee is a designer, coffee lover, typography enthusiast, and current junior at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) studying UX Design. Her roots lie in South Korea and the Bay Area, but she is currently living, learning, and growing in the small town of Savannah, Georgia.
Julio Correa is an Interaction Designer at frog design in Austin, TX.
Julio Correa graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BFA in Design and a BSA in Computer Science. During his time at UT Austin, he was involved in Design For America and Mobile App Development. Julio Correa studied abroad for six months at Glasgow School of Art where he explored the intersection of emerging technology and design and was introduced to processing, physical computing (Arduino), Unity, and speculative design.
Aaron Chung is a Recent Graduate of the University of Minnesota and a Ux/Design Intern at GoKart Labs in the Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area.
Aaron Chung believes that it’s a graphic designer’s responsibility to create beautiful, meaningful designs that encourage people to pause, wonder, and reflect. He also believes in being disruptive, having empathy, challenging the status quo, creating diverse work environments, and eating really good Mexican food.
The Museum at Bethel Woods takes a look back at Woodstock and the peace, love, and rock n’ roll era that made it possible.
The rolling hillsides surrounding Route 17B in rural Sullivan County, New York, don’t appear much changed since 1969, when 400,000 young people gathered at Max Yasgur’s 600-acre farm to hear songs about Vietnam and social inequality.
At Liberty Science Center, visitors use technology and new media to interact with—and even change—museum content.
In a world where science and technology dramatically affect our everyday lives—think global warming, pandemic disease, and nanotechnology—science museums share the critical mission of educating visitors to make good choices about the way they live, work, and play.
In 2005, New Jersey’s Liberty Science Center looked in the mirror and faced the fact that it wasn’t up to the task.