I like coffee, books and taking photos of my friends.
What you see here on this website is a glimpse of my nine to five as a ux designer.
After spending my summer as a UX Design Intern at Google NYC, I am back at Georgia Tech to finish my Masters in HCI. Previously, I have worked at Vunet & Medtronic.
My computer science background equips me to take on complex technical questions, it’s a skill I hold close to my heart. Eventually, it was my fascination and curiosity of human interactions that brought me to design.
Sometime in the past one year, I have grown to realise that one of my strengths as a designer to embrace ambiguity that comes with any creative work. When it comes to people, I have always seen great value in being a part of cross functional teams. My ideal team is akin to a community that I can learn from and rely on.
Recently, I have been exploring how I can reprogram my relationship with social media. In an attempt to shift it's usefulness from curation to contemplation, I decided to document ordinary, non glamorous, raw moments of everyday life on .
I deeply value human connection, and the power of community. I am an amalgamation of the many brilliant thought leaders that I admire, such as Doug Engelbert for his vision of ubiquitous computing, Bell Hooks for placing emphasis on what it means to have a 'love ethic' and Naval Ravikant for sharing his wisdom on wealth and happiness. I also really like Randall Munroe's XKCD comics and Tim Urban's Wait But Why.
I spent my one point something years in lockdown creating stickers of some of my favourite shows that helped me get through the pandemic.
Unicode Experimenting Ep 2