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Works @ Brown

︎︎︎ Marketing Materials
︎︎︎ Exhibition Design
︎︎︎ Brand Identity

Archive ︎︎︎
Poster Design

︎︎︎ Stop Asian Hate
︎︎︎ Alienation
︎︎︎ If You Could See What I Hear
︎︎︎ The Grid
︎︎︎ Freelance Poster
︎︎︎ Creative Poster

Publication Design

︎︎︎ Openness (RISD MFA Thesis)
︎︎︎ We
︎︎︎ El Lissitzky And Werner Jeker
︎︎︎ On This Day
︎︎︎ Reframing Story
︎︎︎ Other (WIP)

Branding Design

︎︎︎ Chinese Medicine Box
︎︎︎ World Heritage Sites — Fuji Mountain
︎︎︎ Craftiles
︎︎︎ Astronaut Hall of Fame
︎︎︎ Daily Tea
︎︎︎ Melatonin Gummies
︎︎︎ Other Logo

Web/Mobile Design

︎︎︎ RISD Map
︎︎︎ Reflotus

Type Design

︎︎︎ Moiré Typeface
︎︎︎ Escape From Reality

Exhibit Design

︎︎︎ Maze
︎︎︎ Tap And Type
︎︎︎ Architect Exhibit
︎︎︎ History Exhibit
︎︎︎ Animal Exhibit

Information Design

Three Trips
Country Data


︎︎︎ Photography
︎︎︎ Video


︎︎︎ Illustration
︎︎︎ Printmaking

Personal Research — Spring 2022
UI / UX Design

RISD Map as a tool among RISD App is often overlooked by students. After my research, I found that more and more students refuse to use the map function in the app due to the complexity of RISD Map and turn their attention to Google Map. So I decided to design a new main interface of RISD and simplify the functions in Map.

In the RISD Map, I divided the page into four main sections: MyRISD, building, parking, and RISD ride. 85% of students searched for building as their main purpose, followed by 50% who tried to find a parking space, and directly connected to the RISD ride page. Each of these options can help students quickly find the features they need. But one of the most important elements of the whole map is that students can search for the corresponding building by different majors, either single or multiple choice, this way students save the time consumption caused by searching for the building name.