UX Designer | Information Architect | Girls in Tech Taiwan 40 Under 40
Coming from an information science background, I embrace complexity and excel at solving difficult problems with comprehensive thinking.
I am capable of jumping right into ambiguous projects and using my analytical skills to make demonstrable progress early on. My ability to think abstractly enables me to make decisions with minimal information and to adapt to changes in project scope or direction along the way.
As a detail-oriented systems designer, I am proficient at working with teams to create seamless user experiences for any digital product; ranging from platform to consumer touch points, evolving legacy products or embracing emerging technologies.
Fulfills project needs including, user and product research, interaction design, user interface design, information architecture, prototyping and the simplification of complex processes.
Works on problem solving for a variety of projects, concept ideation, and collaborating with other designers and creative directors, to deliver across a variety of consultative engagements and internal incubation projects.
Utilized a systematic product design process from early product definition to framework design, through prototyping and execution. Collaborated with large and distributed teams in support of sophisticated multi-channel products.
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