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About Me


Get to know me

My passion for understanding human behaviour led me to explore the fascinating intersection of technology and human experience through UX design. It all started during the lockdown when my A Levels were canceled. Seeking a new skill, I delved into web design and immediately fell in love with it. The ability to positively impact people’s lives through thoughtful and empathetic design solutions became incredibly satisfying. I realised that these designs not only impact businesses but also transform the way people interact with various technologies.

Through internships and freelance design projects, I began to grasp the vastness of this field. Recommendations from peers led me to dive deeper into UX/UI design, where I discovered significant overlaps in skills. Eager to explore the world of design further, I made the decision to embark on a placement year within product design alongside my degree. This opportunity allowed me to work on diverse projects, both independently and collaboratively, where I faced various design challenges and applied newfound knowledge and skills.

As a perpetual learner, I constantly seek to acquire new skills, connect with like-minded individuals, and gain fresh perspectives. Beginning my professional journey, I am eager to collaborate with talented individuals to create enhanced user experiences. I am open to any opportunities that will further refine my skills and allow me to contribute to real-world design challenges.


Extra Stuff

In my spare time, I find joy in engaging in various activities, I often play badminton an enjoy swimming. Additionally, I have a passion for the performing arts, particularly singing and dancing. Throughout my university journey, I was involved in these extracurricular activities.  These pursuits not only serve as enjoyable pastimes but also reflect my commitment to maintaining a well-rounded and balanced lifestyle, contributing positively to both my personal and academic growth.

 I enjoy painting when I’m not working 🙂