Kia Ora, I’m Ricardo Sosa.
I love to learn.
When I was 11 I learned to code. At 18 I built a car with my best friend, and I designed and built what is called today 'a tiny house'. I taught English to children and travelled to remote places.
I had many jobs including in fast food joints, farms, and manufacturing. I then went to Uni and found my passion for design.
As a young professional, I became interested in how people have ideas about the future, ideas of what doesn't exist yet.
For the last 20 years, I have been studying and teaching in a variety of places and contexts in three continents.
My goal is to help people discover and improve their creative capacities. I believe the world will be better as more of us are able to imagine different futures.
I work to contribute new knowledge about creativity and design, critical and ethical uses of technology, teamwork, and research methods.
You can find more about my work at: www.designcomputing.org