POWELL — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department quietly unveiled a new online mapping project last month, identifying and explaining every priority habitat issue in the state. While the news may have gone unnoticed by most, the monumental effort will make researching Wyoming’s most important conservation issues a breeze. The […]

Mar. 21—The Palisades, a wilderness study area located in both the Bridger-Teton and Caribou-Targhee National Forests in Idaho and Wyoming, is finally having its moment in the spotlight. Wyoming Wilderness Association believes this ancestral, unceded territory of the Eastern Shoshone, Shoshone-Bannock, Northern Arapaho, Northern Cheyenne, Absaalooké (Crow) and Oceti Sakowin […]

The Desert Sun Editorial Board Published 5:00 a.m. PT Nov. 14, 2020 The Street Medicine team provides health care services to the homeless and unsheltered populations in the Coachella Valley. (Photo: Courtesy CSUSB) The $150 million Project Roomkey program was launched during the spring in a frantic bid to keep at […]

PARIS — Judy Chicago is back for a second collaboration with Dior – and this time, you can walk away with it. The artist designed the monumental set for Maria Grazia Chiuri’s spring haute couture show in January: a tent shaped like a goddess figure, filled with 21 banners embroidered […]

Press release from Merit Pages: Sept. 26, 2020 Graduate students from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly are participating in a new course with conservationists from around the world to launch a conservation campaign for positive ecological and social change. Miami’s Dragonfly team developed the course, titled “Earth Expeditions: Connected Conservation (EECC),” […]

As designers, we want the products we build to be satisfying and easy to use, but how can we know that’s the case? We start by measuring the user experience with evidence rather than opinions. But can UX really be measured? Absolutely. By evaluating products with qualitative and quantitative methods, […]