I am a civic designer, community organizer, and digital strategist.
I believe that design and content need to be a catalyst for social change, accessible for all, and sensitive to cultural and historical context. But advocacy doesn't exist in a vacuum. I would love to hear what you are fighting for.
I work to make digital, print, and user experience design more accessible and inclusive for all. I'm currently focusing on civic tech, participatory design, community ownership, and design research.
My Skills and Services
On design and user experience:
Accessible digital and print design, branding, user experience strategy, data visualization, design research, user research, user testing, workshop design and facilitation, design system, textile
On digital strategy:
Online campaign strategy for email, web, and social media; distributed organizing; KPI analysis and management; user and civic tech engagement; editorial calendar and milestones; message research and testing; online fundraising; project management
Draw the Line
Storytelling Campaign w/ Elizabeth Banks
Slow and Steady Wins the Race FW14
In reaction to the current immigration policies, I'm working on a series of wearable tech to explore the weight carried by undocumented immigrants in their journey traveling to the United States—what they brought along and what they left behind.
The audio file consists of stories and sounds that evoke memories of home for the narrator. GPS can be turned on or off in case of ICE raids, arrests, deportation, and detention. GPS location report will be sent to the narrator’s listed emergency contact(s) to notify partners, family members, and/or friends of their whereabouts.
Material: Fabric, threads, GPS tracker, MP3 audio
LET'S WORK TOGETHER
Have thoughts on how we can work together or feedback on your user experience? You can email me at Lncnguyen@gmail.com or use the form below and I will reply to you shortly.