I enjoy helping to make life better for others by building useful, pleasant, and easy-to-use software.
My work to date helps people conveniently interact with their car, be informed about the risk of sun exposure, get tech help,
and even enjoy some absurd fun.
Learn more about my past work with the selected projects below.
The HondaLink and AcuraLink mobile apps enable people to remotely interact with and see the status of their vehicle.
This service also connects with Amazon to enable customers to have packages delivered directly inside their vehicle.
I am the Senior UX Designer for both HondaLink and AcuraLink.
Sun Risk is an app for iOS and Apple Watch which uses dynamic color and typography to inform users of their risk of skin damage from the sun.
I designed and implemented the iOS and Apple Watch apps using Swift and Xcode. I also built the marketing website.
The focus of my work at Honda R&D was prototyping in-vehicle interfaces that make
in the context of autonomous driving.
I wish I could show the projects I worked on here, but given the nature of R&D, it's all got to be kept under wraps!
My work here primarily involved integrating findings from academic research into functional interface prototypes.
The UCLA Service-Now website allows users to submit IT help requests with a quick and intuitive menu system.
I designed the new front-page, and pitched it to management.
My photography which focuses on capturing interesting patterns and textures from everyday objects and environments in my daily life.
My personal Instagram for my hobby photography.
Feel free to get in touch.