The Jacobs Maker Space is ...
Curious about what it’s like to work in design in civic tech and the path it takes to get there? Come join this casual conversation with Karen Chou (she/her), a ux Designer at Code for America with a previous background working in tech startups.
Sponsor: Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation
Join us for another semester of Design Field Notes—an ongoing lecture series part of our course DES INV 95.
The MDes is hosting Katy Strong and Tesh Goyal, two UC Berkeley alums, who will discuss the importance of ux @ Google and how it is an essential part of the company.
I am an industrial designer based in San Francisco. I started my design journey with a background in visual arts and a BS degree in Industrial Design from the University of The Arts in Philadelphia.
My name is Abigail, and I graduated from Wellesley College with a degree in Computer Science. I’m a ux designer, researcher, and developer.
As a designer,
Hi! My name is Amanda and I grew up in Orange County, NY. I graduated from Binghamton University with my BS in industrial and systems engineering (ISE) and spent my undergrad as a diver on the swim and dive team.
I’m Ananth, a mechanical engineer with a minor in machine design from Manipal Institute of Technology. Since I was a kid, I have been keen on breaking obsolete things to find out the mechanism and tech involved in building them.
I studied painting and Visual Communication Design at Hongik University, South Korea.
I have been working as a visual merchandiser at Chanel Korea and Samsung Shilla duty-free shop for about 5 years.
After graduating from UCLA with a BA in Architecture, I’ve worked in and around technology for the past 10 years. From startups to large media conglomerates, my roles have included ux design,
Hello! I’m Grace— a research-focused ux Designer with a passion for inclusivity and sustainability. During my undergrad at Dartmouth College, I studied Experimental Psychology, and Human-Centered Design. My studies,