My passion is ...

to create good digital products & services. I am able to transform an idea into a finished product with focus on the users, attention to design details, technical specifications as well as business requirements.

I believe that an interaction designer is above all a collaborator who connects user experience with business values, through an understanding of technology. 


Featured, Prints, and Awards

·2016, Innovation Award in the category ‘New Economy’, SXSW 2016:  “ShareTheMeal

·2015, Lead awards 2015 start up of the year: “ShareTheMeal

·2015, Google play best of 2015: “ShareTheMeal

·2015, Featured in Wired UK : “Oral-B Smart mirror

·2014, Featured in Wired DE : “ShareTheMeal

·2013, Shortlist for "Digital Innovation" at New Media Award, Germany : “KÜ quartet” App

·2013, Published in "Design Cities" by Seoul design foundation, Korea : “Design city, Berlin”

·2011, Featured in Co design, Fashioning technology, InhabitatEco-friend & Cnet, USA : “Raincatch

·2011, Published in Canadian French magazine "Les Explorateurs”, Canada : “Raincatch

·2010, Winner for design leaders, Korea institute of design promotion, Korea : “Shower therapy”

·2007, Best scholarship, Hong-ik university, Korea

·2005-6, Second best scholarship, Hong-ik university, Korea


Design Process

For me, the most thrilling part of the design process is to find the best solutions during brainstorms and collaborative discussions with team. 

1. Research

Desktop research, analysis and interview with people in their everyday context

2. Concept & Prototype

Brainstorming, narrowing down into few concepts, mock up, a sketched scenario and click dummies

3. Design & Production

Create wireframe, define rules and meanings, design key screens, style guide and asset production



I usually start with post-its to quickly note down thoughts. Scribbling ideas on a paper is one of my favourite ways of brainstorming.  My current favourite tools are Sketch, Invision, Zeplin and Trello.