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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

About Zane Birenbaum

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So far Zane Birenbaum has created 4 blog entries.

Dear Brightmoor

Dear Brightmoor,

We haven’t met in person yet but my last challenge with Challenge Detroit ensured that I will never forget you. Despite our distance and the obstacles between us, my team had the pleasure of hearing from your residents, community members, and people making a difference. What I heard in those interviews inspired me to […]

A Persuasive Essay on Riding the Bus

As someone who started taking the subway to school at the age of 11, I have an incredible affinity for public transportation. There is something magical about sitting idly, listening to music, and watching the city wake up in the morning and then get off work in the evening.

I’ll be blunt; I’m specifically writing this […]

Financial Education for Women in Detroit

Working with Rebel Nell’s nonprofit arm T.E.A. has been enlightening over the last few months as we’ve learned more about their goal of Teaching, Empowering, and Achieving women within Detroit. Working in three teams, we partnered with T.E.A. to look at this question: How might we effectively teach the foundations of financial education to improve […]

Co-designing a Leadership Experience to Empower DPSCD High School Youth

As part of our first challenge project this fall, the Conference Design Team was presented with the design question, “How might we co-design a leadership experience that piques the interest and engagement of high-school youth city-wide?” This question propelled us as we connected with students and beyond to listen and learn through utilizing a human-centered […]