Hi, I'm Tian
a UX and product designer now studying HCI/Design at Indiana University who previously interned with MailChimp and IBM. I am a fan of clean, elegant designs with attention to details and values. In my free time, I enjoy crafts and art, writing, and outdoor activities. Interested in getting in touch? Check my resume and drop me a line at email@example.com.
UX/UI Design: An AR marker based app for IUB
Product Design: An inline brand style system to accelerate MailChimp users' market content creation.
UX/U Design: A redesign of Yelp collection for groups.
Product Design: An interactive donation box for CHI 2018.
UX/UI Design: A pleasant menu experiences and quicker in-store services for campus cafe shop.
UX Design: redesign of a template picker for online diagramming
UX Research: An educational kids' game for IBM
Product Design: An intelligent product for home-made fruit wine
UX Design: A browser plugin for online courses
Doodle & Calligraphy
When I am not working, my art hobbies sharpen my eyes for beauty: watercolor painting, calligraphy, photography, and handcraft.
My Design Story
It's a side project as I am learning Blender and Unity. I explored some possibilities to tell my design story: 3D comics , filming, and gamification. So far I have the "Experience" and "Design Philosophy" parts done. Please stay tuned. You can interact with it by clicking the image on the left.
Personal Online Gift Shop
AboutBean is my personal shop that provides gift packaging design and engraving service online. I run it on the biggest social network platform in China, WeChat. So far, I have customized and made gift packages for 67 customers.
Chinese Tenon-and-mortise Box
He Box is a type of recyclable gift wrapping box which could be used as a candlestick, designed to promote environmental awareness. We use spare laser cutting machine to customize the pattern for customers. On the 2016 Spring Festival eve, we sold out 232 boxes.
Hand-made natural design
Baizhang used to be a blooming country because of bamboo industry. But today’s production decline witnesses Baizhang’s failing. In order to explore new opportunities for Baizhang, we designed by using the left scrap of bamboo. We believed that nothing deserves discard and we did minimum process to took on the beauty of the natural material.
@2018 Tian Dou firstname.lastname@example.org