Hi! I’m Stella, a designer now at Salesforce.
I value my gut, data and pixels when designing meaningful experiences on screens and in life.
When I am not working, you will find me Kindling, Yelping, and practicing Japanese tea ceremonies.
I design from end to end, and across platforms.
Salesforce Q Branch Store Associate Clienteling App Template
Since July 2018, I have been working as a UX Designer at Salesforce on the Q Branch Creative Strategy Team. My time is split working on pipeline work submitted by Solution Engineers for customers meetings and strategic projects that broaden the team influence as well as make us work more efficiently. This template is designed based on past requests as an easily customizable asset for similar work in the future.
Keywords: iPad Application Design, UX/UI, Design System, Abstract
Joy Admin Guest Management
I spent summer 2016 going through Y Combinator with Joy as a product design intern. During my time in YC, the acquisition of the company grew by 3000% and the retention grew by 40%. For this project, I aimed to build the best guest management system in the entire wedding industry.
Keywords: Desktop Application Design, UX Design, User Interviews
The Players' Tribune Home Redesign
I spent summer 2017 interning at The Players’ Tribune as a NEA Design Resident. I redesigned the mobile and desktop homepage using the mobile-first approach along with data analysis.
Keywords: Mobile/Desktop Web Design, UX/UI, Data Analysis, User Personas
Civis: A Citizenship Test Prep App
It is a full conceptual app design project in collaboration with 3 other designers. This app enables users to prepare for the US Civics test, which is part of the naturalization process to become a US Citizen.
Keywords: App Design, UI Design, Usability Testings, Motion Design
I strive to practice design with other disciplines.
Immigration Info Design
Visualize work immigration to Canada, Australia and UK
Fremont Coffee UX Redesign
Experiment with user centered design process in the 3D World
Pixel Husky Event Planning
Build the first interdisciplinary design club at University of Washington Seattle