Iris is a NYC-based multimedia designer and developer, currently working at Google New York as an UX Engineer. Her past works include virtual / augmented reality, creative coding, mobile platforms, wearable technologies and interactive websites.
2017.08 - NOW
Working on creating next gen user experiences at Google New York.
2017.01 - 2017.05
I'm selected to be part of a fellowship with A+E history channel, to create a web VR experience that aims to educate the audience about the most recent episode of mass extinction.
2017.01 - 2017.05
My team was selected to participate in the 2017 NYC Media Lab x Verizon challenge. We are creating a cross platform Mixed Reality prototyping tool for advertisers, in collaboration with the Verizon labs Envrmt team.
2016.08 - 2017.03
I worked with a team of Parsons students to create a smart home solution for personalized sleep environment. The project was selected to show at SXSW 2017, and received international press attention.
I spent a summer at Google Mountain View as a UX Engineer intern, working with Google analytics team to create prototyping tools for UX designers.
2016.01 - 2016.05
I collaborated with a team of NYU studio 20 journalists and creative technologists, and created an interactive web experience to educate people on ways to maximize their political influence for Fusion.net.
First prize winner of A+E networks history hackathon, with app "history in emoji". History in emoji lets users read, create and share short historical stories in emoji.
Runner up of Future of Listening Hackathon by Amazon Audible. Our team created an app that lets kids listen to stories with audible, sketch the stories onto a template and view their sketches in VR with google cardboard.