Over a year ago, my ex-boss sent me a screenshot of a book cover on Telegram. I just knew I have to read it. I know I am not supposed to judge the book by its cover but I did. Not because the cover is particularly spectacular but because the…

Minimum Viable Product (not Most Valuable Player 😉) — such a buzz word in the industry and recently very controversial (yes, I have been keeping up with the trends). Should we do an MVP? Should we not?

Should we do MVP? A designer perspective on MVP — Minimum Viable Product with case study: a Progressive Web App design for Telco.

For us designers, the idea for MVP doesn’t normally sit well with us…

This is a reflection of how I designed a “Fitbit” for learning for Cambodian students. Tesdopi is a product with a strong mission to help Cambodian 🇰🇭 students enjoy learning beyond the idea of passing exams.

Case Study: Design to Inspire Learning for Cambodian students

I led the design of Tesdopi 2.0 as a consultant 2 years ago, helping…

An illustration of a workshop space, a person reading from sticky notes on the wall and people brainstorming and discussing.

How to find me at a party? You normally don’t. But you can try the corner, mostly table for one, furthest from the crowd, maybe that girl who is constantly avoiding eye-contact or any possibilities for conversation. Sometimes though, I am that stranger who walks up to you and initiates…

Whether it is a simple visual test, usability test or A/B testing, putting your design to test is never fun. I mean who love the feeling of being rejected? Who love to find out that their idea doesn’t work? Not me, obviously.

We all hate to find out that the…

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Product Designer. UX UI. A curious individual, constantly finding purpose at work. An advocate for women in tech. Find me at porhourly.com

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