I have been writing articles on Medium since 2020. My articles mostly about design practices, case studies and productivity! The inspiration is coming from daily design exercise, readings and work experience.
Case study: Heuristic evaluation of canvas
The Canvas website is one of the online learning platforms selected by most institutions in Canada and the United States. As of 2020, more than 4,000 institutions around the world have adopted Canvas because of its modern design and interface to enhance teaching and learning from the student, staff, and faculty standpoints (Etherington, 2018).
From No Where to Now Here - a solution for tourism businesses during the pandemic
🔎 Learn more about our solution: presentation and infographic The 4th annual Royal Roads Design Thinking Challenge (RRDTC) aims for a model of learning and approach to change-making applying for undergraduate business students from across the country and the world by engaging their creativity and empathy with a wicked social challenge.
My first work with Braille: poems in Braille
As a sister of a younger brother with autism, I'm always intrigued by the idea of creating creative but meaningful works for people with disability. And here we are, a poetry book in Braille !! The concept was conceptualized by materials from artist-educator Chantal Gibson's workshop "The Other James Baldwin.
How to develop an art direction for a TEDx conference?
TEDxSFU: Mosaic brings together a collective of stories, thoughts, and concepts into space where we celebrate ideas worth spreading. The concept of identity is "pieces coming together". As the Creative director, I was responsible for the creative work for different platforms. I led and directed the design and production team of 1 web developer, 1 animator, 1 videographer, 1 graphic designer for the TEDxSFU 2019 project.