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If you have an opportunity for me, please email me at qih231@newschool.edu or call me at (516)787-4488.
A bit more about me

Born and raised in China, I came to New York to study in 2018. Exposed under 2 cultures and 2 different ideologies, I’m always fancinated by how differently people understand things in life.  When thinking about that as a designer, I view it as one inevitable obstacle that we all have to face despite our race, gender, age and culture background. That is why I want to be a designer who can develop creative strategies to help people better learn and understand, who can provide solutions for problems encountered in daily life.

I developed a special interest in data visualization after I encounter Giorgia Lupi’s work in one of my design class. The concept that visualization can be simply done without any computational skills in a more humanized way touched me deeply. I think it is a great way of enhance people’s understanding while bringing in emotional elements. It can be used in a more literal way than just charts and numbers. I’m still learning about how to use it and incorporate it in my future work.

Recently, I started to looking into accessibility and disability justice. I made a Notion page to save resources and thoughts.
Accessibility Notes by Dolores

In my spare time

I enjoy reading about UX, but not just UX. My reading list including both Chinese literature and English literature. I’ve learned figure skate in my childhood and still enjoying winter skating in Prospect Park & Bryant Park! ( Couldn’t do any spinning or jump but can definitely do some simple footwork).
Also love museums in NYC. Can’t resist the charm of beautiful artworks!



Brooklyn, New York