Sawadee Kha. Hello.

I love to see projects come to fruition, after intense research and iterative process.

I am currently collaborating with teams on a few projects as a UX Designer- I am excited to learn about our users, our stakeholders as we work toward creating websites, coming as soon as early Fall!

Interesting facts about me:

  • Last fall my team and I advanced to round 3 of Austin Design Week, Design-a-thon, where we were presented with a design problem, “How might we use design to support and promote underrepresented people in the Austin tech community?” After interviews and surveys, we decided the best approach to affect change would be to change minds of leadership and choose VR as an educational medium. We didn’t win, but I learned a ton. It was a great experience. You can about my read my write up.
  • I lived in Thailand for over 8 years. You can ask me about the FOOD and the culture.
  • I sold my artwork to a private collector.
  • My art work was on display at the Daimler Chrysler Financial Center for a year.
  • I won a student award in OUTPUT magazine for a photobook.
  • I won the AQUENT t-shirt from my COLORS teacher for best color matching (using acrylic paint) in exploring Albers color theory.
  • I worked as a former associate scientist for a cancer research biotech company and was named in a published research paper.

Hindu Festival

River is life

Aside from design, I love learning about other countries’ culture: habits, belief, and food. I like to observe and pretend to be a tourist wherever I go. You can find me snapping photos, hoping for that accidental, unintended, imperfect and unexpected moment. Taking photos trains me to observe and find interest in what I see.

A train ride to an unfamiliar suburb led to this unexpected photo.

Aside from design, I love learning about other countries’ culture: habits, belief, and food. I like to observe and pretend to be a tourist wherever I go. You can find me snapping photos, hoping for that accidental, unintended, imperfect and unexpected moment. Taking photos trains me to observe and find interest in what I see.

Similarly, when I work with a client, I tease out the mundane and thereby transforming the work. One client was amazed that when I cropped and photo edited one of her photos, she couldn’t recognize it was hers.

My philosophy and work ethic dictates doing good work and working together with clients to solve their problems. I aim to delight.

If you have a project proposal, please reach out to me via email. You can call too: 512-524-7665. I would love to hear about your ideas. 

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