is inclusive design.
My name is Olga Saadi and I am currently pursuing my master’s degree as a Design Impact student at Stanford University. Prior to this, I earned a BS in Industrial Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurship in PUC-Rio.
Growing up in Brazil and seeing the power of creativity applied in low-resource environments has had a large influence on my core values as a designer. For me, design is an active tool for developing impactful solutions that are in conversation with their contexts.
This belief has informed many of my projects -- which you can learn more and explore in the website -- and is what ultimately brought me to Stanford, where I continue to work on making design an accessible tool for change.
Low-Cost Prosthetic Devices for Children
independent research project that aims to redefine and redesign prosthetic devices for children.
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