In parallel to the developments in computer technology and the broad use of computers in the design domain, computer media presentations are widely used today in architecture. Architectural presentation drawings are means of externalization the internal world, thoughts and identity of architects. However, the issue of the cognition of designer''s identity in computer media presentations is rarely addressed in the researches as compared to studies on traditional media presentations. On the contrary, computers are mainly regarded as reflecting their own identity rather than providing designers potentials to express themselves and to achieve differences and variations. In this study, a comparative analysis of the cognition of designer''s identity in architectural presentation drawings is carried out. The analysis provided enough evidence that similar to architectural presentation drawings of traditional media, computer media presentations hold potentials for the reflection of designer''s identity.