PaperPlane – The Symbol of Design

You know that the symbol for medicine, well, used to a red-cross and now it’s the “Caduceus” (the snake and rod symbol). Attorneys or law advocates also have a symbol – the white collar bow. But what about design and designers? It’s the paper plane. (article in progress – to be completed)  

Interaction with Technology for the Century

This is the final paper for my reflections on Design for the Century, in my first semester at Parsons School of Design. Below is the TLDR summary and following that is the final paper published from Google Drive. Summary We know what technology is. In Marshall McLuhan’s theory, all technologies are extensions of our physical…

Surveillance and the Global Other

Image Credit: Shutterstock There is no surprise to why we love bad news or hearing anything negative. For whatever reason, negativity sells. In the same way, the fact that big tech companies use our info for whatever means is just something that sells. Of course, this is not a good thing, then why is it that we cannot stop it…

Force Change: Engineering the Sublime

Image from the film “Lucy” where the protagonist played by Scarlett Johannson uses her exponentially enhanced human perspective and harnesses the entire power of her brain. First of all the world is waking to AI, or I guess we’re are in the age of AI already and everyone is increasingly getting aware of this. By…

As We May Think

All images in this post are taken from Trevor Smith Memex #001 ‘As We May Think’  was an article written by Dr. Vannevar Bush, published in 1945. He has written this in the pretext of the final months of World War II and the devastating bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by The United States of America. He…