Up until now, I can say that I had a fortunate career journey with wonderful people around me that have provided guidance, great partnerships and candid feedback. My coworkers told me that I'm a high output generator who is really good at turning out high quality design in a short amount of time and can work effectively across multiple projects.
Having a clear understanding of the people problem and the design system, I'm able to present way to solve the problems in more meaningful ways. During that process, I'm not shy of working collaboratively with research and data to better understand the opportunity as well as the right approach/process to tackle them. Being data-informed, a lot of the decisions that I made in attempting to solve many problems have shown me success and good learning experiences that further helped me to advance my career.
While some people call me a high output generator, some also tells me that I'm a visionary and a PM-hybrid that can not only think outside the box into the future (while understanding where our product is at right now) and to plan out each of our milestones in how we achieve our ultimate goals. It's still early in my career to say what type of designer I am and want to continue pursuing, the various experiences I had in different circumstances had provided me opportunities to get out of my comfort zones.
I always look out for opportunities to grow and become a better designer. I feel fulfilled by bringing high quality work and by getting recognition from my peers and partners. In addition to the day-to-day task as a designer, I have a passion for writing and speaking which had helped me to further grow myself and my career.
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