As a visual designer for the Amazon Advertising Design & User Experience (ADX) team, I design customer-centric advertising campaigns for a diverse range of clientele in a high-volume and time-sensitive work space. I became familiar with creating mobile and desktop applications while bridging the gap between user and end product.
Blue C Sushi
While employed at Blue C Sushi, I was asked to help create a more fun and engaging atmosphere for the kids. I chose to create something that depicted the different types of seafood we offered from an educational standpoint. With vibrant colors and fun images, I was able to put together flash cards that incorporated the type of sushi and its origins. These were handed out to children while they dined.
Seattle Central College
Commissioned in 2010 to redesign business cards for the Basic & Transitional Studies Division at the Seattle Central College. Re[Designed] business card to showcase all necessary information while maintaining a cleaner and more flowing layout that wasn't cluttered like their previous model.
Thai On One
Asked to recreate full list of menus as well as promotional and business cards for their restaurant - Thai On One. Executed a more balanced hierarchy between menu items and categories with a more natural flow in context.
Dragonfish Asian Cafe
Currently serving at Dragonfish Asian Cafe, I was asked to create a more modern look and feel to their existing esthetic while capturing the long-standing history of the restaurant inside the Paramount Hotel.
The theme of the restaurant is pan-asian and to preserve that theme, I used a more antiquated red but also added an accented golden-yellow tone to give it a dynamic presence. I was also challenged to retain the original restaurant logo as much as possible. By giving it a monochromatic hue and a vectorized finish, I was able to make it more timeless without losing it’s originality.
The design of UV Clean was to devise a portable sanitation device that didn’t require the use of harmful chemicals and an easy, convenient method to eliminate unwanted bacteria and germs left on baby utensils to safe-gaurd your child’s well-being.
As infants are continuously getting into things they are more prone to harmful germs and bacteria, infants are at a higher risk for contracting diseases that may cause severe illnesses and even death. Due to the curious nature of infants, allowing them to explore the world by being actively aware of health risks can put a parent at ease knowing their child is protected and less likely to become ill through a simple “Cleanse”. Essentially offering a parent the luxury of the things that matter most. Specifcally targeted for the mother’s on the go. This device harnesses the power of UV-C which is a natural form of germicidal irradication.
The design of the Aero Chair was approached through a junior design project in collaboration with TEAGUE and the University of Washington. This project was to research and develop a better overall air travel experience through environment and user interactions.
The idea behind the Aero Chair was to alleviate the problems of short haul, economy class flights with much needed comfort to the economy seat. With minor adjustments to the existing economy seat, the Aero Chair is able to offer a passenger relief in critical areas of personal and ergonomic discomfort by adjustable features.
Inductive power is the direct transfer of electricity through two magnetic coils or otherwise referred to as wireless power. My idea of induction energy is to eliminate the clutter and frustration of cords. My design concept explores the possibility of having a relatively far-reaching inductive source of energy thats allows a user to move freely around their environment without having to work around and worry about their cords. The inductive power source can be plugged into any wall outlet. Upon removing the USB attachment, simply plug the USB power source into any USB compatible port and leave any worries of cords and battery life in the past.
The Plus Pack was designed for organizing clutter and eliminating the use for any extra baggage. For instance, the Plus Pack can easily store and hide away items such as a laptop charging cord and a mouse. There was never a good place to stow a charging cord and mouse together without having them entangled or lost in between other items.
Being able to utilize the Plus Pack and consolidate these items without having to carry an extra laptop bag was sufficiently better. The Plus Pack can also be conveniently inserted into the water bottle holster on the side of any backpack. The shape also allows the pack to sit aesthetically well and out of the way.