Throughout my journey of obtaining a Master's in Human-Computer Interaction at Georgia Tech, I've worked hard to learn and improve my design and coding skills due to not having a design or engineering background. I wrote a little about that experience here.
Still to this day, I always look for opportunities to grow as not only a skillful designer but also as a great communicator and creative thinker that is able to move fast with confidence.
For me, having a background in psychology reminds me of the importance of building empathy with our users. I truly believe that making extra effort to understand people’s experiences, behaviors and emotions towards our product help in bridging the gap between what we know through quantitative data and what is hidden beneath numbers.
At Facebook, I'm currently learning a lot about advertising, marketing, design systems, problem solving and design experimentation. Moreover, as responsibilities and confidence grow, I'm becoming more self-aware and truly understanding my strengths and weaknesses.
With deep passion for solving hard and interesting problems through design, I'm always excited for what's waiting for me next.
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