I'm a 27 years old UI/UX Designer from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) currently based in Johor Bahru. A passionate UI / UX designer who dabbles in art & code; I design apps, digital platforms, graphic works & campaigns on regular basis. Tend to be driven by experiments, I value collaborative process & data-driven results to create unique, meaningful visual user experiences.
Comfortable with UX design process / tools: from information architecture, wireframes, prototyping, delivering high fidelity mockups, but not limited to building style guide & art direction. I love everything that has to do with mobile app design & development and I feel a true devotion for user interface design.
I have more than 2 years of experience working with a tech co and 5 years experience working as a freelancer, but and I’m ready for visiting other countries & work for any team! I love working with people, specially if they have the same passion I have for what they do.
(60) 16-568 3029
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Currently working with ManjaLabs focusing on building UI & UX research. Involved in brand development, IxD, copywriting and art direction to some extent.
I will never forget my internship life in Common Extract. This is the place that made who I am today. I learned the term UI from this company and involved in various mobile app UI design project even as an Intern. These were the years where Sketch is not the primary UI Design tool and everyone are still using Photoshop to design mobile apps. I am glad and forever grateful for the opportunities and experience that this company gave me during my Internship.
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BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense free-or-charges event with discussions, demos, and interaction from attendees. It’s not traditional talking heads technology conference. Everyone is expected to participate in some way: by giving a talk, asking questions, organising a session, or sharing something. There’s no restriction on the topics, attendees can talk about a wide range of topics such as science & technology, arts & music, current issues and others. Similar to TED talks, but in a more casual manner.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) issued a Call-for-Collaboration in October last year to partner with industry players to either co-create new multi-modal journey planners or enhance their existing ones. Following the evaluation of more than 20 proposals from some of the biggest names in the IT industry and a number of up-and-coming technopreneurs, LTA has identified four companies to partner with – Citymapper, Google, Hugo and Quantum Inventions.