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hello! i'm—

jenny
winjoy
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I'm a UX Designer because I want to help people do what they do better. Contact me if you want products designed with intent.

see my work
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My Work

UPsQool

Holistic Wellbeing for Children
iOS App, UX Research, 2016

EWOCC

Empowering Women of Color Conference
Event Identity Design, 2015

Elu

Bespoke Fashion for Plus Size Women
Website, UX Research, 2016

Futura

A Typeface Study
Typographic Card Design, 2015

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I'm dedicated to practicing human centered design.

I’ve always had a passion for understanding people. Whether it’s about behavior, genetics, or attitudes, there is a driving curiosity in me that seeks to answer why we are the way we are. This curiosity is built into who I am, and throughout my years has translated into what I do. From being an artist and community activist, to a product designer, my mission has always been to understand ways that help us connect, discover, and lead better lives.

I'm currently a graduate student at School of Visual Arts, in the Design for Social Innovation program. At SVA DSI, I am learning how to apply social design processes to living systems and innovation strategies. These methods allow me to deep dive into the nuances of human experiences and create processes, services, and products that put people first. I am excited to continue designing solutions and apply it to civic tech, public policy, grassroots organizing, and nonprofit work. I would love to connect with anyone as passionate about people as I am, so please reach out. I’d love to chat!

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UX Skills

UX research, User interviewing, Competitive analysis, Affinity mapping, Rapid prototyping, Low to hi-fi wireframing, Usability testing

UI Talent

Visual design, Interaction design, Art direction, Style tiles, Moodboards, Mobile-first responsive design, iOS and Android app design

Full Stack Tools

Sketch, Craft, Axure, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, HTML5, CSS3, Pop App, InVision, Sublime

Don't be shy! Reach me at

jenny@winjoy.design