At D3 Security, I had the opportunity to design major features to enhance the navigation experience of the platform. I also write technical documentation for these features to provide the most accurate and accessible guide on how to use them.
During my internship, I worked on several projects for inter-city agencies in New York. I participated in UX research, conceptualization, and content strategy to be used in the development of civic tech projects. I also created visual assets for their social media channel, and publications.
The Show is an annual graduate exhibition for Emily Carr University students to showcase their thesis projects. In the summer of 2020, I was responsible for designing the UI and service of the first ever virtual exhibition site.
Independent Contractor is a web-based simulation game investigating a fictional world in which drone-delivery is changing our behaviours and systems. As the UI designer, writer, and front-end developer for this project, I was in charged of creating the user interface of the game and its narratives, as well as all visual and textual components.
As universities move into online teaching, the Teaching & Learning Centre became an increasingly important resource for faculty members at Emily Carr University for teaching resources and announcements. I was tasked with redesigning and developing this website with my co-designer.
I used to be an edgy, emotional teenager. But I guess the essence of being a teenager is that you're confused, in puberty, and angry. Emerging out of that phase as a semi-adult, I question the actions and decisions my past self used to make.