Mary Wharmby
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Mary has been designing for over 15 years in firms ranging from big enterprises to small startups. She teaches and mentors UX at several Bay Area design schools. Mary has an MFA in New Media from Academy of Art University (her design side) and a MA in International Relations from Columbia University (her systems analysis side). She has lived and worked in Europe, Russia and India. She is currently a UX Design Director at Spring Studio.
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Spring Studio
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Service Design, Social Impact Design, Design Teaching
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At 12:43pm on October 14, 2009, michelle Downes said…
Hi Mary How is your project going?

wish you lots of luck
At 11:17am on June 12, 2015, Ryan Rodriguez said…

Hello--- RE: "How Can the Design Community Help Innovate Our Response to the Drought?"There is nothing to innovate except our mindset.  Simply eat a plant-based diet and reduce the demand for meat and dairy that drive water consumption beyond all other demands, even fossil fuel.  It is not limiting, rather it vastly increases our options for what is possible to eat and conserve via a cornucopia of things that are not animal-based. 

The much vaunted gallon of water per almond is nothing compared to how much is wasted on the unsustainable meat and dairy industries-- this should not be mystical information for the design community in this day in age.  We will collectively improve our health and compassion at the same time, also sparing animals intolerable suffering.

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