A Brief History
I believe that technologists, in a sense are at the front-line of defense to solve all the world’s problems. We are going through a time where technology is spearheading laws, outperforming dated regulations and constitutions founded in the 1800s.
We finally as a society and generation have the tools to speak our truths and highlight the inequality of distribution of democracy, wealth, healthcare, and education around the world.
When we put people first, we become more aware of where we are and what needs fixing. This naturally enhances industries and businesses as well.
As a researcher in the field of design, my mission is to ask the tough questions and figure out what is lacking in product design that could spread to social awareness.
I am here to argue that design should be met at a level where a person from any walk of life knows how to interact with surrounding elements by design.
Introspection is a journey I am dedicated to. I began self-reflecting on myself consistently and never gave up on the bad days, and I’m here to share with how you can achieve that too.
The name of the blog is an introspection on where we are in the world of designing for nations that have no access to clean water, or permanent electricity or equal human, to fight for women’s rights.
Accessibility is a topic that also happens as an addition to the original conversation. But that is wrong because a lot of us need access to easier and more facilitated products, that is never the user’s fault. It’s on the product owner to draw that in mind before scaling to the public. Things happen suddenly to us and we should be prepared.
My goal is to share my voice on a platform we all can communicate with and learn from.
I love talking to my users at my job to understand problems around products. This could be a software that gets many customer call complaints to a physical product that is being used in the market but could do drastically better, from a product design point of view.
If you’re a nerd like me, or an inquisitive person, I hope you find the topics and content interesting.