PhD in Transition Design
Ahmed Ansari is a doctoral candidate in Design Studies at Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests intersect at the junction between design, cultural theory, and the philosophy of technology. He is also a founding member of the Decolonizing Design platform, and does decolonial critiques of contemporary design discourse and practice, as well as exploring non-western histories and philosophies of technology through his work. He teaches seminar courses in systems thinking, critical and cultural theory, and philosophy of technology at Carnegie Mellon University. A Fulbright scholar, he has an MDes in Interaction Design from CMU, and a BDes in Communication Design from IVSAA, Karachi.