Celso Singo Aramaki


Celso Singo Aramaki is a visual artist, interaction and information designer. Develops Knowledge Design and Cultural Data Analytics for  projects and startups in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and other cities.

Special interest in Knowledge Frameworks Projects + Artificial Intelligence for research projects in the Humanities areas.

Worked for Folha de São Paulo in Brazil; for MTV Channel, projects for Kodansha International in New York and Los Angeles, United States; Apple Japan, Adobe Japan, NEC Japan, NHK, Oracle Japan, Dentsu, Casio, Tomy and other media and technology companies in Tokyo, Japan and throughout Asia.

He bootstraped and sold Design Oriented Technology Projects and Startups for Private Investment Companies in Japan and Asia from 1998 to 2011.

Specializations: Development of Cultural Data Analytics Projects, Knowledge Frameworks and Interactive Datasets, Brand placement for online and offline Digital Humanities Projects.

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“Let us dedicate ourselves to what the Greeks wrote so many years ago: to tame the savageness of man and make gentle the life of this world.”

Robert F. Kennedy – April 4, 1968

Information + Network Effect Value => Knowledge


Knowledge Design

“ARPA Journal editor Troy Conrad Therrien interviewed Jeffrey Schnapp on the confusions of search. Schnap is the faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard, Professor of Romance Languages & Literature and Comparative Literature, and also on the teaching faculty in the Department of Architecture at the Graduate School of Design. “

Noograms Omega Point 1 (Celso Singo Aramaki)

Jeffrey Schnapp: Knowledge Design

“The phrase Knowledge Design describes the situation in the contemporary arts and humanities that most engages me as a “digital humanist”: the fact that the form that knowledge assumes can no longer be considered a given. The tools of humanistic inquiry have become as much objects of research and experimentation as have modes of dissemination.”

Knowledge Landscapes and Public Policies

“Design management has traditionally used a Design Thinking approach to develop compelling products and services that resonate with customers, consistently producing financial rewards, and building brand loyalty. But beyond customer-centric empathy, beyond creative iteration, beyond the bias to a maker mentality, design thinking has more to offer the modern organization as a means to cultivate creativity and innovation in an organization.”