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30 Year Anniversary of tragic Montreal Massacre

30 Year Anniversary of tragic Montreal Massacre

December 6, 2019 marks the 30 year anniversary of the tragic “Montreal Massacre” at École Polytechnique that took the lives of fourteen rigourous, hopeful and brave engineering women.  The murderer was previously denied admission to the school. It was later found that he was upset about women working in positions traditionally occupied by men, specificallyRead more about 30 Year Anniversary of tragic Montreal Massacre[…]

Steps toward ethical and accessible design

Steps toward ethical and accessible design

🔊🔊 Accessibility design can sound complicated, but its NOT!  Whether you’re designing a website, service, tool, resource, anything—accessibility should be top-of-mind.  We were inspired by artist  Pablo Stanely’s article “Designing for accessibility is not that hard.” Stanley defines digital accessibility as, “the practice of building digital content and applications that can be used by aRead more about Steps toward ethical and accessible design[…]

Engineers design the world — they need to be part of the future cities conversation

Engineers design the world — they need to be part of the future cities conversation

We were thrilled to be invited as a client to the Future Cities & Technological Stewardship workshop, hosted by MaRS and the Engineering Change Lab.  Leaders from within and beyond the engineering community gathered at Evergreen Brickworks to explore how the engineering community can better connect with diverse conversations about future cities and promote technologicalRead more about Engineers design the world — they need to be part of the future cities conversation[…]