Nice to meet you, I’m Chelsea

Nice to meet you, I’m Chelsea

Nice to meet you, I’m Chelsea

My goal as a UX designer is to craft designs that have a positive impact on people’s lives, aiming to create a sense of seamless wonder that users will come back to time and time again.

My goal as a UX designer is to craft designs that have a positive impact on people’s lives, aiming to create a sense of seamless wonder that users will come back to time and time again.

My goal as a UX designer is to craft designs that have a positive impact on people’s lives, aiming to create a sense of seamless wonder that users will come back to time and time again.

Where I started

Where I started

I moved to the world of UX from ESL, where I gained valuable skills and experience teaching in Vietnam and Taiwan. I have always put people first: I prided myself on my strong emphasis on student-centred teaching – I even led workshops for my fellow teachers on this – and now pride myself on my desire to practise human-centred design. My ability to connect and empathise with my students meant that I could help solve their language-related problems in an engaging and enjoyable way.

I moved to the world of UX from ESL, where I gained valuable skills and experience teaching in Vietnam and Taiwan. I have always put people first: I prided myself on my strong emphasis on student-centred teaching – I even led workshops for my fellow teachers on this – and now pride myself on my desire to practise human-centred design. My ability to connect and empathise with my students meant that I could help solve their language-related problems in an engaging and enjoyable way.

How I got to where I am

How I got to where I am

Where I started

How I got to where I am

During my transition from teaching to UX, I learned graphic design and took on a number of successful freelance projects. Throughout my professional experience I have exhibited skill in teamwork and collaboration, problem solving and visual communication, to name a few. On top of that, I am an excellent communicator with an impeccable attention to detail.

During my transition from teaching to UX, I learned graphic design and took on a number of successful freelance projects. Throughout my professional experience I have exhibited skill in teamwork and collaboration, problem solving and visual communication, to name a few. On top of that, I am an excellent communicator with an impeccable attention to detail.

During my transition from teaching to UX, I learned graphic design and took on a number of successful freelance projects. Throughout my professional experience I have exhibited skill in teamwork and collaboration, problem solving and visual communication, to name a few. On top of that, I am an excellent communicator with an impeccable attention to detail.

What I'm curious about

I'm curious about people and how I can best help solve their problems. I'm also curious about the future of UX and am excited about being part of it.

I moved to the world of UX from ESL, where I gained valuable skills and experience teaching in Vietnam and Taiwan. I have always put people first: I prided myself on my strong emphasis on student-centred teaching – I even led a workshop for my fellow teachers on this – and now pride myself on my desire to practise human-centred design. My ability to connect and empathise with my students meant that I could help solve their language-related problems in an engaging and enjoyable way.

What I'm curious about

What I'm curious about

I'm curious about people and how I can best help solve their problems. I'm also curious about the future of UX and am excited about being part of it.

I'm curious about people and how I can best help solve their problems. I'm also curious about the future of UX and am excited about being part of it.

Want to know more?

Let’s chat.

Want to know more?

Let’s chat.

chelchadesign@gmail.com

chelchadesign@gmail.com

© Chelsea Chapman 2024

© Chelsea Chapman 2024