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  • Play

    The Circles: Making Summer Safe With Social Distance Approved Design

    With the weather getting warmer and summer nearing, city planners and those working at Parks and Recreation centers across the country are thinking of ways to redesign existing parks to ensure safety.

  • Education

    Tips for Teaching at Home

    As families all over the U.S. have been thrust into the challenge of teaching their children at the kitchen table, Design Museum Everywhere has asked our head of education to share some tips on how to navigate the new terrain of remote learning. School is particularly hard right now. While everyone wants their children to stay on track, mental health is most important and remote learning is not always possible. This post aims to help families grapple with remote learning and this sudden change.

  • Education

    Students and Design Museum Everywhere

    With the closure of physical campuses and the move towards online learning, Design Museum Everywhere has been working to create opportunities and resources for students of all ages affected.

  • Healthcare

    The Telehealth Moment

    As COVID-19 is rapidly digitizing the day to day of our society, the medical field has been forced to translate patient care from in person to over the phone. While medical professionals had not been avid to use telehealth in the past, this new global challenge has set new parameters for medical practice and the modernization of medicine is underway.

  • Social Impact

    #MuseumsFromHome

    The #MuseumsFromHome trend is growing, largely as museums cater to societal demands in the wake of COVID-19. Although the swift change toward digitizing scholarly materials and exhibitions has been fueled by quarantine, this push toward accessibility has long been awaited. Looking now at our beloved museums in the digital landscape, it is time to consider what aspects of digital museum culture should be accepted into our new normal.

  • Healthcare

    Designing Against a Pandemic

    In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, as medical supplies dwindle, hospitals internationally are looking to designers for new medical materials.