About Me

Current: Product Design Intern at Microsoft

I am a senior design student at Simon Fraser University’s Interactive Arts and Technology program with a focus on user experience, product strategy, and visual design.

I believe that products should help people. They should enable people to become better versions of themselves. Better versions, as defined by themselves. I love to work on digital products that have an impact on the physical world removing frictions between people, and creating more efficient markets by disruption and remixing.

Design Influences:

  • Jason Fried, Founder & CEO @ Basecamp

  • Jennifer Hom, Experience Design Manager @ Airbnb


Work Experience

User Experience Design Intern at BlackBerry (Feb 2018 - April 2018)

• I helped design an internal visual design guideline that will be used by all BlackBerry apps.

• Participated in company innovation sprints to visualize future BlackBerry products. I helped quickly prototype some of the proposed ideas in the form of wireframes and low fidelity mockups.

• Based on existing BlackBerry products, I helped identify possible inconsistencies and pain points. I would then work with my design supervisor to mockup possible solutions going through hundreds of iterations.


Creative Intern at UltraSuperNew (September 2017 - February 2018)

• Working closely with design, social media and account managers, I helped push out marketing campaigns within deadlines by designing required assets for client use.

• Designed and prototyped low and high-fidelity wireframes for a fitness startup business based out of Australia. Working with the senior designer, I worked on designing a minimum viable product, setting the user interactions between screens, and identifying possible user pain points.

• Participated in company creative presentations showcasing some of the self-initiated projects I worked on for the duration of my internship.