• A few words about me

    I'm a graduate student at UCSD fascinated by HCI, more specifically, all things to do with applied interaction design. Click (or tap) the title (or the dots) to view my resume.
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  • Adobe Marketing Cloud Project

    My internship at Adobe Technology Labs (Bangalore, India) was in an open-ended role on a topic related to Business Intelligence and Campaign Design. We analyzed abandonment of shopping carts to classify site visitors based on likelihood to buy. Also, their propensity to unsubscribe from related e-commerce email campaigns was evaluated. We filed two US patents at the end of the internship. My unique contribution was visualizing both tendencies in conjunction, to better target customers of e-commerce sites. Read ahead for more information about the visualization.
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  • A balanced [pun intended] nutrition advisor

    See a quick walkthrough of the mobile web app Nutravisor developed in an iterative fashion using techniques of needfinding, rapid prototyping, heuristic evaluation, A/B testing, etc.


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  • A little bit of humor

    Not an April Fools' Day joke, Computational Humor is pretty serious business: it is the problem of generating, identifying and even responding to humorous situations. Read ahead for a great seminar on the topic.
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  • An Internet Identity

    Having seen or tried out many different apps that "handle" contacts on Android, including iterations of Google's stock solution that comes with the default dialer (they really don't seem to settle on a design), a more telling question comes to mind. Read ahead to see what it is!
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  • Art, Depixelized

    See a frame-by-frame translation of gameplay from Super Mario Bros. into the corresponding Voronoi diagrams, which can be scaled to high-resolution screen without losing fidelity (being vector shapes).
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