1st Place - 2015 mPathy Project
This app was designed for the 2015 mPathy project, a UX design contest sponsored by Google NYC and non-profit ECPAT. It aims to help the hospitality industry combat child sex trafficking. The prototype was created with Adobe InDesign and inVision and is developed by non-profit technology organization WebServes.
Nominated - National Board of Review
A short animated film created as a final project for a 2D animation course, The Commute was nominated by my college to compete in the National Board of Review. It was created with Adobe Photoshop and AfterEffects and has accumulated almost 50,000 views on YouTube.
Augmented Reality Maze
Inspired by the classic handheld mazes I played with in my childhood, this augmented reality maze was created using Unity and Vuforia. Using a printed AR marker and a camera, players can move the physical marker to control a ball-like character’s movements. This project served as a model for an augmented reality workshop for children. They learned how to use TinkerCAD to customize their own characters, and program with C#.
In 2016, I became a volunteer web developer for Womankind, a nonprofit organization that advocates for survivors of domestic violence. I use the CMS Wordpress to customize stylesheets, optimize SEO and create webpages that help raise awareness and funds for the organization.