Using design thinking to move across the country

Yellowstone National Park photo by Stephen Walker (left) and Yogi Bear in Jellystone Park with a pick-a-nick basket, no doubt stolen (right)
Detail of map pins, west coast and San Francisco (left) with east coast and New York City (right)
  • Top 10 Places to Stop on the Way to Niagara Falls from New York City
  • Five Iowa Scenic Drives You Haven’t Taken Yet
  • Best Road Side Stops in Montana
Having a physical map was a lifesaver on this road trip across the country
A panoramic shot of the Radersburg Cemetary in Toston, Montana

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Design director at SoftServe, host of How This Works, coach with Plucky, advisor at Shep. Formerly at thoughtbot SF, Fjord NYC, and PBS FRONTLINE among others.

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Skipper Chong Warson

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Design director at SoftServe, host of How This Works, coach with Plucky, advisor at Shep. Formerly at thoughtbot SF, Fjord NYC, and PBS FRONTLINE among others.

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