Visual identity for the design department at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology.
The word ‘maybe’ carries a sense of uncertainty and yet it has the potential of limitless possibilities. We titled this exhibition Maybe because it captures the state of mind many undergraduates face when transitioning from school to society.
These walls symbolize challenges and obstacles that all designers face. The change in frame from the front, to the side and finally to the back denotes the design workflow: defining problems, foreseeing the problems, and solving the problems. Only when we move forward, and pass these walls can we see the whole picture, which makes MAYBE an absolute.
Huang Wun-Siang, Designer
Tu Min-Shiang, Mentor
Hi! I'm Zoe,
a product designer based in San Francisco with 5 years of experience working on product strategies, interaction and visual design. I've designed in both mobile and desktop across technology, education and entertainment industries.
I thrive working between compact cross-functional teams with ambiguous problems. Currently leading a product design team at Lyte.
Lyte, Lead Experience Designer
Developed and shipped new features to keep tickets among fans and away from scalpers
Lyte, Senior Designer
Delivered features and built brand to increase fans' confidence when returning or requesting tickets from the official ticket exchange
CHOXUE, Design Lead
Drove product research and redesigned brand to redefine company focus and raised a successful fundraising round
BASSIC, Co-founder & designer
Led brand development and formalized early user engagement
Ministry of Education, Visual designer
Designed international conferences' visual identity
Graduate Certificate Program,Strategic Brand Management, Global Business
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Design and Visual Communications, General