098: Designing For Inclusion with Jenny Shen

September 20th, 2018 · 51 mins 9 secs

About this Episode

01:51 – Jenny’s Superpower: Not Giving a F*ck and Sticking Up For Others

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

05:00 – Living a Remote Lifestyle and Cross-Cultural Communication

08:34 – Design and UX For International Users / Research for Local Users

18:08 – Designing to Include All People: Is it possible?

27:07 – Paid Mentorship

Sunk Cost Fallacy

34:32 – Offering Mentorship Scholarships

37:15 – Privilege and Open Source

Ruby Together

40:22 – Advice for People Looking to Freelance and Work Remotely


Jamey:  Weaponizing the sunk cost fallacy for themself.

Sam: The importance of humans in tech and tech culture.

Jessica: The difference between internationalization and localization.

Jenny: Scholarships as a way to signal and inform other people what she values and what she wants to promote.

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