I'm Sophia Kecir Camper.

Sharing to empower others ✊

Sharing the knack of design with aspiring designers has been a great journey through Designlab. I'm happily continuing doing so on an on-demand basis.

Team facilitation
Design Thinking, Design Sprints, Ideation sessions... I regularly facilitate workshops out of necessity for teams to survive and grow their product consistently, for individuals to thrive.

Collaborating with University teachers
Bringing an industry perspective to teachers and students in the fields of Arts, Design and Techonology has always been something I dreamt of having when I was a student.

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"Sophia has been such a tremendous mentor for me. Her feedback on each submission and in our meetings was incredibly helpful and detailed. I liked how she really pushed my thinking and were able to explain how these activities would happen
in a real-life scenario."
Diana — Interaction design student, Designlab
"Sophia helped me to make many connections on how to design for end-users. I used to only think about how things can be created and not about the user experience or how a user will actually use the thing. This has had a profound impact on the way that I work and is leading me to explore alternate ways of designing things. I am really grateful
for Sophia's mentorship."
John — Interaction design student, Designlab
"Sophia is an excellent mentor, very positive and
open-minded! She always gives not only detailed and thorough feedbacks but also some advice that encourages you to think and go a little further of the class. In Skype sessions, Sophia gave explanations using metaphors, visual elements, and real-life examples for better understanding. I've gained a lot of knowledge from her. Thanks Sophia!"​
Olga — Interaction design student, Designlab
"Sophia is a great teacher. She understands the student's learning behavior (to go fast or to go slow and detailed) and adjusts accordingly. Her grip on the subject is excellent and details out the topics very well and gives examples from real life to ease the understanding. An honor to learn from her."​
Raghu — Interaction design student, Designlab