I write weeknotes to reflect upon my day-to-day actions. I write blog posts to summarize a feeling I have. If you'd like to converse about something, or view my design portfolio, you can email me at email@example.com
Currently, I'm adjusting to my post-college life. I'm trying to understand how I can devote my time to what I want to do. For most of the days, I feel both exponentially lost and immensely motivated. However, if you know me in real life, you probably won't spot either on my face.
My senior thesis was on the "Space" of Computing: Computer went from being a job title for people who do calculations, to large machines that would fill up an entire room, to devices so small that they would fit into different objects and dissolve into our environment. Clearly, our conception of "computing" has changed and continues to change. This work identified dimensions that constitute the "space of computing". While some dimensions are less recognizable than others, defining them is an essential undertaking because defining the scope of "computing space" is to understand past, present, and future of our technological advancements, what we've already done and what we've neglected. You can view the thesis presentation here.
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Designing for ACLU NorCal -- Behind the Scenes ↗
Behind CCA’s Unofficial Mascot ↗
Putting Band-Aids on the Digital Landscape ↗
Do Your Apps Have an Expiration Date? ↗
There's Something to be Done ↗
Break, Home, Back | #17
It’s been a month since I last synced weeknotes to the website. I tried out writing weeknotes in Apple Notes for the last month and I think I still prefer...
Book, Communication | #16
Spent the first day of 2019 finishing Kaifu Lee’s “AI Superpower”. It’s been a while since I’ve started and finished a book. I chose to read the book in Chinese...
Things in 2018 | #15
I wanted to document everything I’ve done and have not done this year. The reason why I’ve decided to do this is because I’ve graduate from college, and life/what I’ve...