My expertise is UX design for web & mobile products. One of my top priorities when I design is to enhance user experiences and functionality of a product by creating intuitive, meaningful, and elegant design solutions. I analyze user needs and create aesthetically rich user interfaces for mobile applications and websites.

I also have professional experiences in front-end development. I designed and coded this responsive website using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, and Bootstrap. The selected works in this website include projects in web & mobile design, graphic and print design, architecture, and short animation.

I enjoy learning new tools and skills. I am easy going, detail-oriented, and passionate about my works. Art and design has always been my passion. When I am not working on digital designs, I enjoy making ceramics and jewelry pieces for fun.
Ethnographic research, User interview, Competitive analysis, Persona & scenario, Journey mapping, Interface prototyping, Usability testing, A/B testing, Interaction flow map
Sketch, Adobe XD, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, After Effects, Axure, InVision/Marvel
HTML5, CSS3, jQuery (basic), Bootstrap (basic), Responsive design, Adaptive design
AutoCAD, Luxology Modo, Rhino/V-Ray, SketchUp, 3D Printing CAD/CAM
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Maricela Chan Design

GRAPHICS + PRINT DESIGN | Architecture Portfolio

To showcase a collection of projects I worked on while in architecture studios and professional settings.

Digital version of my architecture portfolio

Physical copy of the portfolio

My Contributions:

Project below was created in architecture studio at the University of California, Berkeley.

My objective was to propose the design of an environmental learning center in a Wildlife Refuge in Alviso, CA. To generate the design proposal, I performed extensive user research, site analysis, and function/program study to understand users' needs and requirements.

In the process, sketches, 3D and physical models, floor plans, site plan, and renderings were developed.