Kristina You is a multidisciplinary designer based in New York, NY and a recent graduate from the ITP Program at NYU. Her practice focuses on UI/UX, interaction design, print design, and brand development.

Safe Space
UI/UX Design, UX Research
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Mental health is increasingly becoming an important topic of conversation, especially among younger generations. Studies show that many young people face barriers to finding mental health resources or appropriate treatment options. Safe Space proposes a approachable solution to this very issue.

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404:Forget Me Not
UI/UX Design, Design Research, HTML/CSS/JS
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404: Forget Me Not is a curated web based archive of stories from New York City’s long serving small businesses that have either disappeared or are struggling to keep afloat due to rise in rent and gentrification.

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Drawing Poetry
Creative Coding, HTML, CSS, JavaScript
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Drawing Poetry introduces the art of visual poetry to anyone with or without previous exposure- with a simple drawing tool interface users can click through to select a poem and enjoy cscreating visual outputs with just words. 

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Minimum Clothing Recycling
UI/UX Design, UX Research
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A UI/UX project focused on developing an application for users to find recycling options specifically for clothing/providing a custom box mailing service catered to individual clothing recycling needs.

Blind Contour Drawing 
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A web-based drawing tool that allows users to experiment with the concept of blind contour drawings. Blind contour is a technique where one does not look at their drawing during the process in order to increase focus on examining the subject matter itself. 

Virtual Fitting Room: AR for SSENSE
UX Research
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Virtual Fitting Room is a UX research project focusing on the incorporation of AR technology specifically tailored for fashion e-commerce platforms- this project targets strategies for building an optimal AR application for the e-commerce platform SSENSE.  

Signs to Shapes
Machine Learning
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A exercise/project using Google’s Teachable Machine and p5.js to create a microsite that involves a image recognition system (using hand signs) that translates to shapes on the screen.

Last Updated:  April 9, 2023