Delightful experience happens when a person feels engaged with other people, objects, and spaces. Yet, it does not happen as frequently as expected. As an experience and service designer, I use human-centered, system-thinking, and innovative approaches to create seamlessly holistic experiences.
I am in my final year pursuing a Bachelor of Design at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), focusing on Environments Design and concentrating in both Human-Computer Interaction and Intelligent Environments. Currently, I’m working on a social innovation project with Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Pittsburgh Creative Reuse Center to amplify their mission in environmental conservation. Previously I worked with Boeing Horizon X to envision the future of mobility and worked at CMU Human-Computer Interaction Institute to user-research on misaligned expectations regarding UPMC electronic health records.
Showing through the design approaches I used in Spectacle, Travel Pop Up, and other projects, my interest is to create alternative ways to engage people in different situations, considering the impact in greater context.
I am currently looking for a full-time job. Please keep in touch.