A preview of three mobile screens of the Sage application, showing the loading view, home page, and produce information page.



I worked with a team of designers to create the second iteration of an official website for the INsite Lab.


The Lab needed to display values, projects, publications, staff, and contact information. The first iteration failed to do so in an eye-catching and intuitive way, but was easy for staff to add update on projects as it was built in WordPress.


We migrated the website to Webflow, giving us and future designers on the team more freedom to create a more memorable display that showcases INsite's identity while maintaining functionality.


The INclusive Studio for Innovative Technology and Education, known as the INsite Lab, is a collective working to increase accessibility in technological design. Formed as part of UCI's Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, the team has worked on research and outreach projects with organizations like Google, Toyota, and the Dayle McIntosh Center. I had already been working at INsite as a tech trainer, teaching individuals with impaired vision how to use accessibility features on their smartphones.


UI Designer, UX Researcher


August 2021- March 2022

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Style Guide

In keeping with the theme of environmentalism, organic palettes and shapes were primarily considered when creating a style guide to work from. Warm shades of brown and bright colors one may find in a summer harvest were incorporated into the app's design to evoke users' thoughts about including fruits and vegetables in their diets.

Live Prototype