A black and white portrait of Ada King, countess of Lovelace, looking at the camera from an angle and wearing elegant period-style clothing, adapted from a painting by Alfred Edward Chalon, c. 1838.
Ada King, countess of Lovelace, from a portrait by Alfred Edward Chalon, c. 1838. [1]

Ada Lovelace‘s zero fear of code

Role models matter, especially for young women who want to be creators, designers, and developers

An homage to the world’s first computer programmer

Ada Lovelace, Countess of Lovelace (née Byron), was born as Augusta Ada Byron, Lady Byron, December 10, 1815, in Middlesex, now London…

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Eva Schicker

Eva Schicker

Hello. I write about design, UX, UI, animation, entrepreneurship, art and life in NYC. UX lead Lelantos Press, Artist, UX GA grad, top medium design writer.