I’m a Boston-based product designer with experience in UX research, interaction design, and visual design. I believe in advocating for the user through research and empathy, and translating core customer needs into meaningful, inclusive interactions.
Product design lies at the intersection between my two backgrounds: design and cognitive science. While I strive to create visually appealing, guiding and responsive experiences in the UI, it is the fundamental understanding of the human perspective, research methods, and data analysis in the UX that drives the design. With a third culture personal background, I also have experience designing with culture in mind and tailoring experiences to international audiences.
I am currently an Interaction Designer in the Management & Automation space at Red Hat | IBM. During my time as a dual degree candidate at Boston University, I also had the opportunity to gain industry experience at Bain & Company, EF Education First, Harvard Innovation Labs, and more.
When I’m not pushing pixels, you can find me eating my way through Beantown, on an outdoor adventure (probably involving some body of water), painting, or reading a new book.