Ahmed Sagarwala

Contract Lecturer
RCC 104

Ahmed Raza Sagarwala (B.Tech., M.D.M.) is a tech MacGyver that problem-solves by lacing together digital systems. He has an in-depth understanding of how digital technologies function and analyzes their integration into our everyday lives. As a proprietor, he assists organizations with their digital communications and workflows. He has over 15-years of experience in graphic design and web development. His pursuit for an understanding of computing systems led him to release his first website in 1996 and build his first computer in 1998. His company, Artform, was established in 2001 and currently develops web-based systems that automate communication.

In 2015, Ahmed was the recipient of the Dennis Mock Graduate Scholarship and a graduate of Ryerson University's Master of Digital Media program. His graduate studies research focused on energy disaggregation, signal processing algorithms, and home automation. He currently teaches courses on graphic design, web development, and digital skills at Ryerson. He also conducts seminars and workshops at VBEC (Vaughan Business Enterprise Centre) on social media, marketing, and entrepreneurship.