I'm currently working as a freelance Product Designer in the San Francisco Bay Area. In the most recent project, I designed the end-to-end experience for a B2B SaaS software...more for DevOps engineers to automate reporting and alerts to detect anomalies in the database.
I teach mobile UI design class called Nature of Interaction at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. I provide guidance for students to build an online portfolio...more featuring an interactive prototype for a mobile app concept.
2017 - 2018 (almost 2 years)
My passion for education and self-improvement led me to start a UX bootcamp for career changers. Students took advantage of learning design without quitting their day job....more It helped many beginners to land a job in tech with an increased salary.
I worked at mophie as a Lead UX Designer. I mostly worked on iOS and Android apps called Power and Space. I gained experience in designing for both platforms while working...more with in-house and overseas engineers.
I started a meetup group called OC Tech & Design, which grew it to be over 1,000 members. I participated in UCLA Hackathon and won 1st place with a currency converter...more mobile app concept. I also published an iPhone app with engineer friends called Play Match Game.
I worked as an Interaction Designer at Rhythm Agency in Irvine, CA. I did a lot of information architecture and visual design work for client websites, including Toyota, Allergan,...more and American Airlines.
After graduating from school, I wanted to explore different areas of design by working as a freelancer. I worked on many websites on the design and content side of things....more From diverse projects and teams, I learned to work autonomously with or without guidance.
Experienced in being part of an agile team of designers, engineers, and product managers | Make decisions based on data and analytics | Conduct research to extract insights | Write use cases and create ideal flows | Wireframe to visualize solutions | Create high-fidelity mockups
UCLA Developer’s Contest
Best All-Around App (First Place), Best Windows App (First Place), Most Innovative / Technically Daring, People's Choice Award
I participated in 2013 UCLA Hackathon as a sole designer in a four-people team. Our team ended up winning 4 out of 9 awards with the currency converter app concept.