May is recognized nationally as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, a month in which we celebrate the contributions of past, current, and future generations of Asian Pacific Islanders (API) in the United States. We hope to both celebrate accomplishments, and build awareness of the many struggles that API face today, both in our beautiful state and in our nation as a whole.
APANO Community Health Forum
APANO’s Community Health Forum is a day-long gathering of Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community members, leaders, health professionals, students, organizers, allies, and activists, centered on reproductive justice, health equity policy, and community organizing. The APANO Strong Families lens is the vision that every family will have the rights, recognition, and resources it needs to thrive.
This Portland based collaborative is a multi-cultural, multi-talented qualified professional group connected to the community we serve, we provide advocacy and leadership tools to empower multi-cultural communities by having an equitable approach to problem solving.
Jade Night Market Branding
Jade Night Market will be having their first annual even this year. The Night market will feature the international atmosphere of the district but will give a special focus to Asian American businesses in the area.
The branding emphasizes the event's is focused on being a family friendly night market. The Lanterns and color give the aesthetic which indicates the time of day the event will be hosted at.
A collaborative speculative design project that aims to re-evaluate the safety of biometrics in protecting our identities. Our design objective was, to visualize the role biometric authentication plays in future and the illusions of privacy it creates. In this project, I created the vector graphic illustration of the logo and data board pattern. I also made the display poster for the project.
Springfield Wayfinding Proposal
Every year the Sustainable Cities Initiative (SCI) of University of Oregon, chooses a city to improve. This project reflect the effort to perfect a wayfinding system in the selected city ofSpringfield, Oregon. The design is inspired by symbol of the city of Springfield, which is the Chinook Driftboat.