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My name is Zoie Huang. I'm currently working at a startup as a product designer, building an AI Meeting Assistant for customers.

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What brought me here?

Technology bridges the world.

A volunteer experience brought me more than I expected. While teaching at the Yangon Education Center for the Blind in 2017 summer, I observed how accessible design greatly improved the lives of blind students.


I realized the significance of product design in connecting people to the world, which inspired me to start learning in this filed.


Blind student learns to use a computer equipped with voice command software. (Steve Tickner | Frontier Myanmar)

While I'm not working, I enjoy playing poi balls.

Palying poi balls is to create mesmerizing visual patterns as the balls move through the air. I was drawn to this flow art when I learned to control the balls and conquered my fear of fire.

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Solo performance

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Group show

Practicing while traveling in Kyoto, Japan 


Listen to people talking about me! 🤝

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"... I was highly impressed by her deep knowledge of user experience testing and research, and learned a lot from her over the summer...

I give her my highest recommendation, as not only is she highly skilled in all aspects of UX, she is professional, flexible, and pleasant to work with..."

Assistance Director of Academic Services, UW

Heather N. Werckle

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"Zoie is a thoughtful, user-informed, and accessible designer... I especially appreciate the little details she pays attention to, like using accessible buttons and colors...


I highly recommend hiring her to help design a customer-forward website that speaks to your values."

Communications and Marketing Director at Cascade Bicycle Club

Sara Kiesler

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"Zoie was great to work with! I found her to be very collaborative and receptive to feedback. Her design recommendations were thoughtfully made with user data to further explain her decisions.


We're looking forward to implementing the changes to refresh our website."

Board Member, Friends of Seattle's Olmsted Parks

Shauna Wilson

Let's Work & Learn together 🙌

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