Stealfie, the selfie app that shares more than you think!

Stealfie is critical design iOS app that explores how we define & share our virtual sense of self in a connected world that records every click, share, tweet, and text we send.

Through Stealfie I seek to gain a better understanding of our increasingly hybrid real/virtual identities in a world where every click, like, selfie and share is recorded, aggregated, and sold to the highest bidder.

I want to critique this interaction and make users question what they share, what it says about them, and the potential for future negative, costly, and embarrassing consequences.

You can check out the Stealfie Wall of Fame (Shame?) on the Stealfie Twitter page.

For more information about this project and topic, please read the full post on my blog detailing the issue area and presentation.

This project was created for my Major Studio 1 final project in the first semester of my MFA Design + Technology program at Parsons, The New School for Design