My research interest focuses on creating meaningful tangible interactions with products using advanced technology. My design philosophy is rooted in user-centered and utilitarian principles, incorporating user needs into the design process of user-product interactions.
This study investigated the role of haptic and sensory interaction in the context of human-plant interaction, researching the effect of sensory human-plant interaction and haptic feedback on perceived usefulness and emotions.
A design thinking approach had been used with human-centered design. This allowed the exploration of how plant interactions influence human emotions, investigating interaction modes, behaviours, and diverse sensory stimulation and feedback.
Participatory design was used to incorporate the needs, and aspirations of the users into the design, and come up with more user-centred solutions.
After several experiments, capacitive sensing was chosen as the touch detection method as it was more reliable.
Bus travel is efficient and sustainable yet restricts travellers to long fixed routes. Issues including difficulty locating bus stops, feelings of insecurity while waiting, and boredom contribute to tourists opting for unsustainable single-occupancy options like Uber.We aimed to create an innovative bus travel experience using VR and AR to improve enjoyment, flexibility, and convenience. Our VR scenario demonstrates the bus travel’s advantages and positive environmental impact. Our AR guides passengers to virtual bus stops, encouraging bus travel selection. User testing applied physical storms, SUS Testing, and USE scoreboards to verify user interest and behavioural change.
This app aims to apply circular economy principles to reduce waste on campus and help reverse species loss by using restorative and regenerative approaches.
MSc. User Experience Design | Loughborough University | 2022-2023
Industrial Design Engineer | Nanjing CUH Science & Technology Co., Ltd | 2021
BA. Product Design | Southeast University | 2017-2021