Justine Shu

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  • Posted to AMA with Jenny Arden (Lyft), in reply to Jenny Arden , Mar 31, 2020

    I love this perspective. It helps adjust this expectation of "in order to feel successful, everything needs to go perfectly." Thank you for sharing this.

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  • Posted to AMA with Jenny Arden (Lyft), in reply to Jenny Arden , Mar 31, 2020

    Yes. Love this. Thank you!

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  • Posted to AMA with Jenny Arden (Lyft), in reply to Jenny Arden , Mar 31, 2020

    Wow, amazing! Great initiatives to be proud of, for sure.

    Follow up here -- during those times, did you face any challenges that now in retrospect make you go, "Oh, that was totally worth it and actually helped these initiatives become a milestone in my life."? If so, what were they?

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  • Posted to AMA with Jenny Arden (Lyft), in reply to Jenny Arden , Mar 31, 2020

    Oh man, I feel for you! How have you been balancing this "new normal" of working at home with kids?

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  • Posted to AMA with Jenny Arden (Lyft), Mar 31, 2020

    Hey Jenny,

    Really appreciate you taking the time to be here :)

    First of all, how are you doing today?

    Second, what initiative(s) have you been the proudest of leading throughout your career?

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  • Posted to AMA: Noah Levin (Figma), Feb 10, 2020

    Hey Noah! Thanks for being here :) Two questions:

    1. What are you most excited about Figma's latest product announcement, and why?

    2. What does success look like for you and your team? Has that changed since you started? If so -- how?

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  • Posted to Config, Figma's first user conference - tomorrow Feb 6th, Feb 05, 2020

    Livestream of the morning keynotes will be available (9:15am - 12pm PT). Register to check it out: config.figma.com

    While on the topic of Figma, their Design Director, Noah Levin is doing an AMA here on DN next Mon Feb 10th @ 10:30am-12:30pm PT. Save the date

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  • Posted to The Burnout List, Jan 23, 2020

    Such a good list!

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  • Posted to The next decade of design will be about fixing the last century of excess, Jan 07, 2020

    A bit of a heavy read, but I really dig this line:

    “As people begin to shift from a ‘me’ to ‘we’ mindset, tomorrow’s success stories will belong to organizations that design with all life in mind. As designers, we must begin to address people as part of a greater ecosystem, embracing a broader, more holistic systems mindset that starts to make the traditional user-centered design approach sound way too self-centered.” —Mark Curtis, cofounder and chief client officer, Fjord

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