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Hi, I'm Jenny.

I am a ux/ui designer from the Bay Area who is deeply passionate about the creating delightful user experiences and compelling visual designs. I have over 10 years of experience across multiple design disciplines ranging from ux/ui, marketing, branding, print to presentation design. Some of my more recent work includes designing a performance driven dashboard for managers and employees to track performance, creating an ordering and loyalty program for a fast food chain, and redesigning user experiences for a prestigious academic institution website.

In my free time, I enjoy testing and fine-tuning instant pot recipes, making soap and super hero capes for my boys, and taking long walks in my neighborhood while listening to podcasts about design, parenting or whatever that interests me at the moment.

UX/UI Design


Working with Jenny has been a truly wonderful experience. I've had the privilege to work with Jenny over the last 3 years as a founding teammate at lark (and later as a marketing and design consultant for our website) where she personally designed or managed much of the branding, marketing collateral, investor presentations, and more. Since lark is a consumer brand, her skills were then seen in every Apple store in the world. 

Her skills are broad and getting broader because she has the rare quality of always learning what she doesn't know already, listening hard to constructive feedback and strengthening her work from it, and dedicating herself to excellence. She does all this with a smile on her face- she's a consummate professional who loves what she's doing.

Julia Hu

CEO/Founder at lark

Jenny is an outstanding UX designer. I've worked with several designers in my many years in digital media, and Jenny stands out for her patience, flexibility, and responsiveness. Jenny has an incredible eye for design for all kinds of audiences. She is expert at conducting ad-hoc user tests and turning feedback into a better product--with a smile. She's a wonderful person to work with!

Katy Gabel

Communications Manager at Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), Stanford University

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