EATING ON THE GO

A busy New Yorker getting his sandwich for take-out from a Thai food eatery. © Eva Schicker 2018.

Delicious quick food is difficult to find. People are pressed for time, they often grab a bite to eat while in transit, on a bus, or on the train. Smaller independent…

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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.

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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.

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