Caroline Rozendo

Object-Based Media
  • Research Assistant

Caroline Rozendo is a Master's student and research assistant at Object-Based Media group of the MIT Media Lab. She is interested in the associations that people make between different senses, and in how designers can explore intuitive processes to deliberatly plan for the appropriation and expansion of their designs by the users. Before the Media Lab, Carol has worked as an interaction designer and developer for educational and news media companies, where she focused on creating pleasurable experiences around informative content. 

She earned a bachelor degree in Media and Communication from the University of São Paulo, and attended the Design program on the same university, which she interrupted in the fourth year to join the Media Lab. She is also a recipient of the Lemann Education Fellowship and the author of a book on typographers from fifteenth century europe. She is especially motivated by prospective design and innovation for social good. 

Caroline Rozendo is a Master's student and research assistant at Object-Based Media group of the MIT Media Lab. She is interested in the associations that people make between different senses, and in how designers can explore intuitive processes to deliberatly plan for the appropriation and expansion of their designs by the users. Before the Media Lab, Carol has worked as an interaction designer and developer for educational and news media companies, where she focused on creating pleasurable experiences around informative content. 

She earned a bachelor degree in Media and Communication from the University of São Paulo, and attended the Design program on the same university, which she interrupted in the fourth year to join the Media Lab. She is also a recipient of the Lemann Education Fellowship and the author of a book on typographers from fifteenth century europe. She is especially motivated by prospective design and innovation for social good.