Social media puts an impossibly glossy shine on design, careers, and life in general. But let’s be real about that perfectly-put together construction of ourselves we’ve curated online, says New York Times graphics editor Jennifer Daniel. In this talk, Jennifer address failure in parenting as well as in design by asking: “Are people afraid that we can’t do it all?” Because the truth is, “well, we can’t do it all.”
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