What do we want? Yara Santos

What do we want?

We are young researchers immersed in academic field of Design, making it accessible and bringing up new topics to the debate. Traditional publishing houses are no longer interested in publishing new content about Design and close areas, especially critical content. We want to fill this market gap by publishing relevant works to these fields through an interactive digital solution.

Our goal is

Raise visibility to research in general through a completely free reading platform so that we can revolutionize the way research data is brought to public.

Do you relate to it?

Contact us so we can talk about having your work published in an up-to-date reality. Click here to find out how to publish with us.


Eduardo Camillo

Graduated in Design at FAU USP, has a master’s degree and is developing a doctoral research at the same institution. His research focuses on History of design teaching and its professional field. He has been working with digital publishing since 2014, when he was part of Editora Blucher, and has acquired great expertise on digital products development Eduardo is now responsible for Development at Editora Sabiá.

Júlio Okabayashi

Graduated in Design at FAU USP. He has researched design, colonialism, and development. Júlio is a graphic designer focusing on visual identity projects and editorial design, and now is responsible for all aspects of Sabiá’s visual identity.

Rosana Vasques

Rosana Vasques is a Lecturer at the School of Architecture and Urbanism, University of São Paulo (FAU-USP), Brazil. Her key areas of interest include sustainable consumption and the sharing economy, service design and service ecosystems, the creative economy and entrepreneurship.

Rafael Toledo

He has a master’s degree at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi and researches the relation between education and service design field. He is a service design manager at Coteminas and project professor at Istituto Europeo di Design. Rafael is in charge of service and business design at Sabiá.