Projects

Redesign Project: HC Studio_Brookline

HC Studio is a local hair salon opened in Brookline village, Boston since 2000. They advocate “Happy Healthy Hair” along with their unique Hairpothecary philosophy to help their clients understand the basic nature of the hair, and also support the local artist community by displaying their works at the studio.

The studio has redesigned by designer Tracy Mowschensoon in 2013. I’ve help redesign their website especially enhance the booking process, and design a new mobile version website.

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Five phases: Graphic design to website design

Five phases theory, also known as five elements is a Chinese philosophy used to describe interactions and relationships between things. The five elements – wood, fire, earth, metal, and water are believed to be the fundamental elements of everything in the universe between which interactions occur. I’ve used it as an inspiration to the design theme then extended to website design reflecting those elements.

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Mobile App Design: Reward Pocket

This is a 5 days rapid prototyping design project. The mobile app “Reward Pocket” to set you free from all physical storecards in one hand. Be the one who is on top of the game with the power to record receipts, track your orders, set a reminder of the due date and newest special offers!

 

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Creative Design: Prism Effect

Prism effect design project recreated my childhood fantasy land through seeing things from a kaleidoscope, and also explored various reflective geometry styles.

 

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Thesis Project:

Dream City (Virtual Reality) for architects

Dream City in Virtual Reality is a mobile app allowing the user can view a three-dimensional landscape in google cardboard or other VR headsets. I challenged myself to choose an advanced technology and tackle it with UX design approach for solving a real-world problem in Human-Computer interaction category.

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Client work:

Saint Anselm College Virtual Tour Page

This is a client work that I did the UI/UX redesign of the virtual tour webpage during my internship. With the client’s new vision, an invigorated immersive journey would attract more students globally and distinguish Saint Anselm from any other institution.

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 UXPA Boston Annual Conference Speech

A case study research with my supervisor to explore how a User Experience designer can leverage Virtual Reality technology to advance accessibility while I was working at Boston Interactive, a digital marketing company as a UX intern.  This project provides various case studies, explains how our company action on raising the awareness of UX accessibility and offers a few ways to have your own VR eye disease simulation.

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XN Project:

Interactive Website with WebVR Protot

A virtual project engaging with the real-world partner that impact a critical business decision. My first exposure to test advanced technology as a medium to integrate multimedia product meeting the client’s requests.  

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Safe Landing Game – Programming 

Course work from my programming class to create a game by using the programming language – Processing (written in Java). The game was inspired by the movie “Up” that the player needs to land the balloon house to the safe ground while avoiding storm or peak of the hill.

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 Low Poly Graphic Art

A bunch of similarly colored triangles or rectangles combining to create an intricate geometric shape, which somehow manages to be abstract but still demonstrates a clear figure of some sort? What is this magical style and how was it created?

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Digital Marketing Campaign

This is coursework creating a marketing campaign for a local brand. 3 Wise Donkey is a small customize art-print garment store on Newbury Street in Boston. Artists print on apparel to create projects that people can customize, wear and share. They produce organic garments in factories which meet their principles and print with durable Eco-friendly technologies and engage charities, NGOs and other organizations who want to publicize their causes.

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