Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 🇲🇾
Having come from a programming background, I decided to pursue UI/UX design because I was always fascinated with the cognitive psychology behind how users interact with interfaces. Getting to design user-centric products and help users solve their problems was what drew me to becoming a designer.
Wanting to improve my skills in UI/UX, I started extensively researching about the most popular design bootcamps but quickly came to realize that they were all super expensive and was something I couldn’t afford. Fortunately, I came across Memorisely when one of Zander’s popular Supafast videos popped up on my Instagram feed. From that point on, I knew I made the right choice since Memorisely’s bootcamp focuses on a learn-by-doing approach rather than having to consume hours of videos and articles.
My workspace allows consists of my laptop, a monitor, wireless keyboard and mouse, speakers and a couple of plants to add a natural feel to the space. Oh and my PlayStation 5 is there on the right, don’t worry it doesn’t affect my productivity (or does it?)
It would have to be the PlayStation 5 user interface. From the moment it was unveiled back in 2020, I was awestruck by how clean and minimal it looked, while offering a slew of exciting features. Little things such as the startup animation to the onboarding process adds to the overall user experience and makes the UI a joy to use.
I mostly listen to pop music , however if I really need to focus then I will listen to a mix of post-rock and ambient music. I normally put on a playlist from the Focus genre on Spotify and get right to work. P.S. I’m a Directioner so I mostly listen to One Direction and their solo songs �