Archives: Ash Huang

Everything’s the Same

· April 24th

When I was still in school, my architect major friend asked me what designers did day to day. I explained it was a lot of coffee, x-acto blade magic and squinting at computer monitors. But, in a more meta sense, designers help people do what they want, or get the information they need. People who build things share a particular esprit de corps. So many foundational…

Taming Technology: Human Rights and Wrongs

· March 20th

I have no idea if kids still learn the Dewey Decimal system. For those of you who didn’t spend your childhood losing muscle mass in libraries, the Dewey Decimal system is a book classification system invented in 1876. It divides books into ten classes according to subject and organizes them alphabetically. It gave…