data & design for
義: justice &
理: reason &
Back in December 2019, I was admitted to both the Data Analytics and UI/UX Design programs at Springboard.
I enjoyed the second “entry exam” more (fonts, colors, and a mini-redesign based on a user interview). But at the last minute, I chose Data Analytics on the understanding that its curriculum had had longer to mature.
It is now April 2021, and two local B Corporations whose missions I love are hiring UX designers. Both roles call for substantial experience.
How much should I regret not taking the UX/UI training path?
This portfolio demonstrates a combined weakness of my career transition choices so far: too manyat once, while engaging in several new fields.and
The advantage of these patterns is that I have gotten involved with, teammates, and critique buddies through shared or similar purpose.
The disadvantage is that I have yet to progress beyond advanced beginner or early intermediate for most of my new tools and skills.
The following collection introduces my design process and work interests through 3 team projects and 2 solo creations drafted for community challenges.
data management & navigation aids
for 2020 site migration of Racial Equity Tools
coordinating user guide documents
for 2018 beta launch of Sinai Palimpsests Project Research Site
research, design, and writing
For 2020 report & presentation on Team 8’s mapping of buprenorphine availability and need to identify actionable insights
project coordination & design
Centralizing public health directories to improve information access and data management for medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in Philadelphia
*BACKSTORY details are password-protected to respect the privacy of stakeholders and teammates, particularly when discussing work in progress. (Please use password provided with my job application or collaboration followup note.)