Hello!

I'm Cathleen 👋

Here's the download on my path as a UX Designer.

My curiosity has taken me across industries and continents.

I found my way to UX through marketing, technical customer support, and experiential branding. During an introspective time while abroad, I realized that technology helped me do my best work across all the roles I served.

Why

UX/UI Design?

I’ve used many different types of tools to help tackle my to-do lists – some memorable in good ways and others in bad.

I got into UX research because of the needs of a company I worked for. While formalizing my UX education, it became clear to me that UX design is all around us as we navigate our daily lives (i.e. coffee machines, mugs.. and our calendars!)



As a UX researcher and designer, I want to be part of the change in making daily interactions more accessible and friction-free.

Hello!

I'm Cathleen 👋

Here's the download on my path as a UX Designer.

My curiosity has taken me across industries and continents.

I found my way to UX through marketing, technical customer support, and experiential branding. During an introspective time while abroad, I realized that technology helped me do my best work across all the roles I served.

Why UX Design?

I’ve used many different types of tools to help tackle my to-do lists – some memorable in good ways and others in bad.

I got into UX research because of the needs of a company I worked for. While formalizing my UX education, it became clear to me that UX design is all around us as we navigate our daily lives (i.e. coffee machines, mugs.. and our calendars!)



As a UX researcher and designer, I want to be part of the change in making daily interactions more accessible and friction-free.

Brand

Marketing

Condom Couture ATL 2019

As Co-Founder and Brand Marketing Director, I led and implemented all brand marketing efforts that generated over $20,000 in sponsorship and ticket sales for the inaugural nonprofit fundraising event in 2019.

Storytelling

Body Hacking and The Future of Cybernetics

We’ve come a long way since the birth of Mary Shelley’s cyborg brainchild in 1818 (also known as the fictional story of Frankenstein), and our lives have been extended because of advances in biomedical technology.

Could Laziness Be The Mother of Today’s Inventions?

Is necessity really the mother of invention? Some would say that, lately, we’ve just been reinventing the wheel. So, I sat down with Tech Square Social Club members to discuss the necessary elements of invention.

Making Waves: How Electronic Synthesizers Work

Synthesizers, typically operated by a built-in keyboard, allow people to edit and create sound starting from simple waveforms. Here, we’ll briefly look into how synthesizers work in the context of subtractive synthesis.

The Science of Tenet: Entropy, Inversion, and the Turnstiles

For those who have seen the film, there is a general consensus that it could be worth a few screenings to fully make sense of all things happening simultaneously in the movie. And you might be wondering – how far from reality are the scientific concepts found in the film?