Janice Ahn is an empathic, T-shaped UX Designer based in New York City and currently at Doberman. Previously at Method and Razorfish, her work includes McDonald's food ordering kiosk, as well as work for Mercedes-Benz, Chubb, Uniqlo, Ford, and other clients. As a strategic design consultant, her work focuses on service design, includes ground-up research, and intersects with organization design.
Janice's goal is to work within a human-centered design team with a passion for empowering people and thoughtfully creating opportunities for individuals to experience/create meaning and beauty across the digital and physical.
With a background in filmmaking, performance studies, and literature, Janice's passion lies in story. By applying her storytelling expertise to design, she aims to provide both insight and a practical perspective. She spoke on Narrative Techniques in the IoT at the Interaction16 conference in Helsinki, Finland. Her interdisciplinary, trans-media background informs her holistic approach to design.
Janice studied at Stanford, where she learned design thinking, and at NYU. She has taught at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, the Fashion Institute of Technology, and the School of Visual Arts.
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