nice to meet you.
I am a UI/UX designer with particular interests in new technologies, prototyping with code, accessibility, and digital health.
I graduated from RISD in 2021, where I majored in Graphic Design and minored in Computation, Technology, and Culture, and had the opportunity to design digital products and experiences across a range of devices, including web, mobile, VR, and wearables. I now work as an interactive designer at Neoscape, designing accessible websites, apps, and eBlasts for various clients.
How I got started in design and technology
I developed an interest in graphic design at a young age, mainly due to my obsession with rock music and fascination with album covers. Learning HTML and CSS at school piqued my interest in technology, and I soon discovered UI/UX and began expanding my skill set independently.
What I've been working on
During my time at the Rhode Island School of Design, I honed my visual and UI/UX design skills and broadened my experience in prototyping with code by taking classes in front-end web development, creative coding, physical computing, and VR.
Where possible, I also try to incorporate elements of social impact and healthcare into my work. I became interested in healthcare and social impact after participating in the National Citizen Service summer program in London, during which I volunteered at a care home for people living with dementia. I have since designed and prototyped various websites, apps, VR experiences, and wearable devices that address similar issues.
You can get in touch with me at
sabass *at* alumni *dot* risd *dot* edu,
or use the form below.