Design Meaningful Interaction

My Cooper Hewitt Date Night

I team up with Jerllin to create an extraordinary experience outside of Cooper Hewitt. We brainstormed for a while and we decided to make a social app called “My Cooper Hewitt Date Night”, which focusing on relationship and is also a great marketing

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My Cooper Hewitt Date Night

I team up with Jerllin to create an extraordinary experience outside of Cooper Hewitt. We brainstormed for a while and we decided to make a social app called “My Cooper Hewitt Date Night”, which focusing on relationship and is also a great marketing

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Airplane Seatback Interface – the Ordering Menu

Motivation: Hunger, Timing Expectation: Order food with ease, locate the food they want quickly, pay any way they want. Actions to design for:  Viewing the menu, selecting an option, reviewing order, pay the bill. In order to have all the elements in

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Airplane Seatback Interface – the Ordering Menu

Motivation: Hunger, Timing Expectation: Order food with ease, locate the food they want quickly, pay any way they want. Actions to design for:  Viewing the menu, selecting an option, reviewing order, pay the bill. In order to have all the elements in

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UX Audit of Video Streaming Sites

Topic: Video Streaming Target Websites: Netflix, Hulu With my partner Hub we mainly focus on three parts for the observation. The design, content and the navigation. Here’s the slides based on our research.

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UX Audit of Video Streaming Sites

Topic: Video Streaming Target Websites: Netflix, Hulu With my partner Hub we mainly focus on three parts for the observation. The design, content and the navigation. Here’s the slides based on our research.

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The Good and the Frustrating User Experience

For me, a so called good user interface consists of three key elements. KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid): An intuitive design that anyone knows how to interact with it. Users don’t have to read the instruction for using the product.

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The Good and the Frustrating User Experience

For me, a so called good user interface consists of three key elements. KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid): An intuitive design that anyone knows how to interact with it. Users don’t have to read the instruction for using the product.

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