Hi, I'm Weiwei 😊,
a multidisciplinary product designer with experiences designing web applications and mobile apps. More about me.
I spent past 2 years designing data modeling web application at R2.ai.Inc. Before that, I studied my Master of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at UCLIC in London. I am passionate about using design research methods to uncover user’s pains and needs, as well as using visual design skills to turn complex problems into simple and elegant designs. My superpower is empathy and listening to people constantly makes me a better designer.
I am looking for my next role in a passionate design team with a great culture, where I could thrive, be mentored and make friends.
When I’m not designing for or researching the users, you can find me either explore museums or do all sorts of sports: (Hiking 🏔, basketball ⛹, Climbing 🧗, Swimming 🏊, Running 👟, you name it.)
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Creating a lively experience for enterprise product lauching.
Designing the flows and the UI of the big data use case databases.
Make the complex data and modeling process easy and useful.
Practical summary on conducting remote usability testings.
What designers need to consider when designing for self-driving cars?
A mobile application for elderly people to programme without actually coding.
A project to explore the quantified self in the aspect of personal relationships.
A platform that enables parents and children enjoy their time together making pop-up books both online and offline.
A mobile APP that presents the customized hashtags of one's importance and interests.
Check what little monsters find about design :P
A rapid prototyping and testing practice of a large screen in-store installation that advises on cloth matching .
Thoughts on Robotic Fakelore in Art and HCI.
Discussing a playful way to understand new technology by Sundström
Reflection on intermediate design knowledge form.
Reflection on bodily sharing experience.
Reflection on a study to investigate mobile phone usage in our daily life.
Reflection on an exploration of outfit centric design when people could 'wear' their smartphones.