Jackie Davis
Jackie Davis
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Jackie is a writer for the GovDesignHub. Her past experience includes B2B marketing, public relations and journalism. She currently writes about the satellite industry, IT, finance and military technology for multiple online publications. Jackie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from LeMoyne College.

Lynn Allen Explains the Top Six Trends for the AEC Industry

This is the Era of Connection. Today, everything is network-enabled and Internet-connected, from smart doorbells to fitness trackers, and this technology isn’t likely to slow down. By 2020, Cisco estimates that there will be more than 24 million devices connected…

Writing a New Story for Impoverished Communities with 3D Printed Homes

Over 900 million people around the globe live in sub-adequate housing that lacks necessary sanitation and water. By 2025, that number is expected to grow to 1.6 billion – a fifth of the world’s total population. What can be done…

Three Benefits of BIM 360 for Transportation Infrastructure Design

The number of cars traveling on American roads is at an all-time high. With so much volume and reliance on our roads, those responsible for designing, building, and maintaining transportation infrastructure are under more pressure than ever to ensure that…

3 Ways Simulation Can Ensure a Strong Design

In one of our recent articles on The GovDesignHub, we explored the importance of collaboration in manufacturing. From concept to creation, it’s vital that designers, engineers, and manufacturers take part in each step of the process to ensure a product…

Success – from Design to Manufacturing – Requires Collaboration

It’s easy to forget that the things we use every day like the coffee maker, TV, and car, all started as an idea that was brought to life through design. A concept created a picture, which was transformed into a…

Virtual Energy Audits Promote Conservation Throughout the Government

In an average day, we turn on lights, appliances, and electronics that all consume energy. While leaving your porch light on overnight or bumping your heat up a few degrees might not seem like much, it adds up. In 2017…

APWA top public works leader, Paul Woodard, on his career and work for the City of Janesville

Each year, the American Public Works Association (APWA) compiles a list of the top leaders in public service and highlights their contributions to their constituents, organizations, and communities.  One of the names on this year’s list was Paul Woodard, the…

Making natural disaster damage preventable through digital design

Last year, there were more than 318 natural disasters worldwide. These natural disasters affected 122 different countries and negatively impacted more than 96 million people. According to The International Disaster Database, more than 9,500 lives were lost and $314 billion…