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“As a professional designer, I keep challenging myself every day to make a better version of me. A designer is not only a problem solver, but also a culture shaper to make our society better.”

Instead of human-centered design, what if we called it “humanity-centered design?” That is, Sheng-Hung suggests, designers should keep people in mind as they already do, but design products with care — about people’s life conditions, challenges, and health. He believes MITidm is a world class platform to unlock talents that can shape cultures and make our society better, not simply create solutions. Sheng-Hung puts himself into the shoes of others with every project, to truly understand their experiences and how they feel. He double-majored in Industrial Design and Electrical Engineering at National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan.

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