I grew up learning how to design and code websites since high school. Tried my hand at designing and coding as much as I could as a freelancer, and ended up studying HCI and Design at UC San Diego. During my time at college, I worked on a variety of design projects understanding the UX-side of design, started a design consultancy on campus and also worked with Design for America to address social issues through the iterative design process.
During the summer of 2017, I was a UX Research Intern for Accenture, at Google—I worked on the Localization team to try and adapt Google products to the local contexts they were used in. I also interview artists and designers, and publishing their stories for Mindsparkle Mag.
My initial love for designing and coding websites has never left me, and I can usually be found working on some project or another ever since my high school days.