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      VISSH: Voice Interaction Surface for Smart Homes

      MS HCI Master Project @ Georgia Tech | Sep. 2018 - May. 2019
      Advisor: Prof. Gregory D. Abowd
      Keywords: Ubiquitous Computing, Smart Homes, Wearable

      VISSH, voice interaction surface for smart homes, is a flexible patch that extends the reach of smart home speakers. It is designed to be attached to the clothes you wear at home, enabling onbody voice interactions with the speaker at every spot within your household. It is designed based on a new self-sustained flexible microphone developed by COSMOS Team at Georgia Tech.

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      Art on the Atlanta Beltline

      Service Design Class Project @ Georgia Tech | Sep. 2018 - Nov. 2018
      Keywords: Service Design, Brand System, UCD, Web, Mobile

      The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable emerging system of parks, trails, transit and development reclaiming a 22-mile loop of historic rail lines around the city’s core. Art on the Atlanta Beltline Information Platform is a mobile-friendly website designed and developed to enrich and enhance the experience related to art on the Beltline trails. It consists of a frontstage site providing information and interactive experiences, and a backstage system helping with collaborative information management.

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      Summer Internship @ Google Hardware | May. 2018 - Aug. 2018
      Keywords: Design Research, Hardware Experience, Visualization, Motion

      I spent my 2018 summer as a User Experience Design Intern on the Google Hardware UX team in Mountain View. The mission of the intern project was to vision and visualize new user experiences and use cases for Google’s 2019 - 2020 hardware products. In this project, I identified unique value of each device in Google hardware ecosystem, defined 12 cross-product high value opportunities, created detailed storyboards, and designed key user experiences and interactions.

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