Designing and developing a better experience one interface at a time.

Hi there, I’m Tiffany! I’m a senior at Stanford University looking for an opportunity that challenges me to grow as a designer, developer, or (ideally) both.

Despite my two-year struggle to choose my major, I decided to study Computer Science while following the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) track. Never being one who was naturally good at drawing, acting, or dancing, I grew up wondering if I was all left-brain and no right-brain. Therefore, I was thrilled to discover my eye for design through the world of HCI and UI/UX Design.

On top of my enthusiasm for creating aesthetically pleasing interfaces, my passion for HCI is driven by my desire to improve the relationship between humans and computers through the creation of better experiences. Whether it’s a cluttered layout, an overly complex task flow, or even mental repercussions resulting from one’s use of social media, I’ve seen many examples of how technology can complicate, rather than enhance, people’s day-to-day lives. However, I strive to do the opposite, asking myself “how can I, as a designer and developer, create something that truly improves people’s lives?”

When I’m looking to escape the stresses of my college senior life, I enjoy attempting new recipes (typically those that satisfy my sweet tooth), strolling around parks or beaches with my camera, improving my bowling skills, taking on the challenges of escape rooms, and simply spending quality time with my friends and family.