01 ABout Me
Hi! This is Freja.
I am originally from Beijing, China, where I completed my undergraduate studies in architecture and computer science. My journey into product design was fueled by a desire to merge the design thinking skills I acquired through architecture with the technological expertise I developed in computer science. This interdisciplinary approach is what ultimately guided me towards a career in product design.

During my graduate studies in digita media at Georgia Tech, I deepened my interest in augmented reality, particularly through my master's project titled "Augmented Situated Visualization in Grocery Shopping." (Watch the demo video here).

Outside of my professional interests, I enjoy
💃 dancing—especially K-pop
🧘 meditating
🎾 playing tennis

“You want to know how to paint a perfect painting? It's easy. Make yourself perfect and then just paint naturally.”

― Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values

I believe that regardless of what you do, the essence lies in understanding yourself and make yourself perfect. For me, this journey unfolds through designing and dancing.
02 passion projects

I have been creating AR design Principles and exploring how AR can facilitate desicion making

Augmented Situated Visualization in Grocery Shopping
My main goal is to examine how AR can improve decision-making in everyday activities. I specifically look at grocery shopping, a complex but important task for most people. Using a co-design approach in a grocery store, I studied which types of information and patterns help shoppersmake decisions. From these findings and current research on design patterns for ASV, we developed three prototype designs that show the possibilities of how ASV can assist in grocery shopping.

This project is a starting point for more in-depth studies and aims to establish fundamental principles for AR design that help peoplemake better decisions in their daily lives.
03 Others

I am a dog person and i have a frenchie!

His name is "Dwen Dwen", which is the sound of drinking water in Chineses.