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Breaking Barriers in Design

Lessons learned from a panel discussion on diversity and inclusion in the design community

OOnly 20.1% of designers in the United States are people of color. Yes, you’re reading this correctly. When you break it down further, 8.9% are Asian and 5.1% are black or African American. By 2040, over half of the U.S. population is expected to be made up of people…




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Arielle Wiltz

Arielle Wiltz

Arielle is a Senior Experience Designer at Morgan Stanley, formerly an Interaction Designer at frog Design. There, she bootstrapped and founded frogMentors.

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