Carlos Guerrero Millan
Developing more plural technologies requires to challenge and reframe notions of data itself and for new systems to be context aware, responsive, adaptable and conductive to collaboration.
I am an interdisciplinary designer interested in the interaction and collaboration of humans with technologies through co-creative, community-based methods that can lead to new interpretations of data and information under more diverse and plural understandings, manifestations and epistemologies. I pursued bachelor studies in Industrial Design at ITESM and I hold a Master degree in Information Design from UAM, both in Mexico. I worked at R&D for companies as Siemens, for government institutions and at the innovation firm Accenture, where I managed and executed technological projects focused on underserved and underrepresented groups.