You just found a small girl with a big backpack who carries goodies to care for human-beings.
WHO AM I?
I am a cheery User Experience Designer based in Vancouver who is keen on inclusive design. I believe that design is not just about making things pretty or inventing the next most innovative thing. There is a percentage of people who have been neglected and cannot use existing designed products because they were not considered. And so, I am aiming to help bridge this gap.
Currently, I work as a UX Design Lead at Surrey City Hall. During my spare time, I volunteer for Anirevo, a local anime convention as a photographer and videographer, as well as making illustrations. I completed my education from the Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT) program at Simon Fraser University with a BA, with Distinction in the Design Concentration and a 2D Design certificate program at Emily Carr University.
WHY I DESIGN?
It is because of my interest in tinkering with digital media, observing human behaviours and tapping into moments of life. Doing so, I can then blend the disciplines together to craft cohesive experiences for people to cherish when using a product.
MY DESIGN PROCESS
When I start a project, I first take a deep dive into the topic to strategize on a product, followed by an iterative cycle of sketching, trying different concepts and conducting user study. Once it is ready, the design is can be implemented and deliver.