I am Haili Wu,
A UX/Product Designer
As a designer, I see myself as a bridge between technology, society, and individuals. Design plays a significant role in identifying and addressing social, production, and consumption problems derived from the development of the world in the present, near and far future. Good design is inclusive, thoughtful, respectful, and transparent by paying attention to the smallest voices and profoundly understanding the impact of the decisions being made and the technology being used. This is all to provide a joyful and safe living experience for everyone, directly and indirectly
A way to reduce plastic consumption: EasyGreen
The project is an exploration of how to support students from the University of Edinburgh to reduce plastic consumption in their everyday life. The design team try to respond to the challenge by combining the power of big data, blockchain technology, and human factors design, producing an APP plus service that can encourage students to be more sustainable.
Alternative Social Experience: The Playground
The speculative design theory inspired the project. By setting the project into a probable future, we establish a space to reflect our everyday living experience.
The time is based on five years from the present when social media addiction becomes a critical problem. I slowly uncover the human factory behind the phenomenal and use design to help social media addicts to establish a positive connection with others.
Future Remote care: Kiki
This project explores the concept of collective intelligence within the healthcare sector. Working closely with medical experts, we set the timeline to 2030 when remoted healthcare supported by collective intelligence will be more mainstream. From a user experience perspective, we intend to draw the blueprint of how 'collective intelligence' and 'remote healthcare' should approach people who have difficulty using technologies.
The projects representing the Glasgow School of Art Innovation School participated in the Tsinghua University art and design education exhibition.