ELENA SAHAROVA is a digital designer and advisor, designing user interfaces and human-computer interaction, product design, ux design and all other experience since 2008. I have been featured in asian books [6], magazines [>20], various awards [56] and exhibition [1]. Today I work as advisor or designer and try to live.


PUBLICATION


Hot Right Now -A Contemporary Landscape for Digital Thinkers: Vol.4
Awwwards Book, 2022

Asia-Pacific Design Yearbook No.15,17-18
Sandu Publishing Co., Ltd. of Guangzhou

Interactive Design for Screen
Sandu Publishing Co., Ltd. of Guangzhou

Excellent Branding Identity 2
Hightone Publishing Ltd. of Guangzhou

Book Touching Branding 3
Artpower International Publish Co., Ltd. of Hong Kong












some of my beliefs:




1.
We have depersonalized design by subjecting it do things like culture of imitation and psudoscience-based metrics.
2.
Our daily creativity should be based on the culture of thoughts and, as a result, the culture of creativity.
    3.
    A designer who’s embracing the postmodern cultural strategy to renew everything is essentially trying to eliminate the boredom that is growing within our civilization.

    4.
    Any work should carry meaning, identify the anxiety, the question that we ask ourself and it’s answer.
    5.
    Functional, brave, bold, authentic, and honest. This is how design should be in the era of metamodernism.
    6.
    With concept, image, message and performance at the core.






















    company: Anytype
    type work: Product design
    year: 2021




    Knowlege Graph

        Your objects combine to form a unique knowledge graph. It's a universal data structure and a strong foundation for automation.

        We want Anytype to be a modular platform for machine learning and plan to release our first modules for the public beta.




















    2021   ︎︎

    OUR TIME IS THE FASTEST TIME IN ALL HISTORY


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    2021   ︎︎

    DATA LIES TO US


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    2019   ︎︎

    DESIGN IN THE POSTMODERN


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