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Join Hello Velocity, with Natasha Marin and Josephine Devanbu, for a panel discussion of work revolving around economic inequity. Hello Velocity will present Gradient: An ecommerce plugin that implements sliding scale product pricing based on consumer income. Natasha Marin will discuss Reparations.me: a social experiment designed to kinesthetically engage people across demographic boundaries in the practice of leveraging their privilege to bring about social healing and repair. Josephine Devanbu will present “Look At Art. Get Paid.” a project that will pay non-museum goers $15 an hour to spend time in the RISD Museum, exploring the value of the experience and the museum’s relationship to the community around it. Starting from the conference theme of Design Change we will explore these projects in light of social inequities they speak to, their commercial forms, and their goals.