Ron Wakkary is a professor in design in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University in Canada where he founded the Everyday Design Studio (eds.siat.sfu.ca). In addition, he is a professor and Chair of Design for More
Xiao Zhang earned a master’s degree in interaction design from Simon Fraser University. Her educational background is in industrial design. Before moving to Canada, she had participated in diverse industrial product design projects in China. The products include televisions, military
Tiffany is a PhD student working under the supervision of Dr. Ron Wakkary, with a research interest on tangibles, environmental sustainability, and long-term interactions with technology. Tiffany received her Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Computer Science from the University of Calgary.
Jordan Eshpeter is a second-year Ph.D. student in the Everyday Design Studio. Under the supervision of Prof. Ron Wakkary, he researches ethics in everyday design practice through a posthuman lens. Jordan has taught interaction and speculative design courses at SIAT. Previously, he led a strategy
Mandeep Mangat is a Masters of Science student at Simon Fraser University. Under the advisorship of Dr. Ron Wakkary her thesis reinterprets the Buddhist doctrine of impermanence through the lens of unmaking. More broadly, she is interested in converging the
Nazmus Sakib is a second year Masters student at Everyday Design Studio, where he is pursuing his research in the intersection of speculative design and digital fabrication for biomaterial and multispecies interaction. He completed his Bachelor’s in Architecture degree from