Design and research @ Stanford.

Kristina Inouye is a human-computer interactions and management science masters student. She focuses on digital product design, product strategy, and entrepreneurship.

Selected digital work.

Feel free to email kinouye3@stanford.edu with any questions.

Formlabs Design Internship

June - September 2021

During my internship at Formlabs, I focused on embedded UI design and illustration for both SLS and SLA 3D printers. My work is under NDA, but please reach out for more details.

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LinkedIn Messaging Scheduler

December 2020

In this 5-day design challenge I develop an in-app scheduling feature for LinkedIn messaging. I first break down the design prompt, then strategize a best implementation, and finally craft wireframes and visuals.

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Zumper Redesign

November 2020

In this case study I focus on Zumper's rental search and filter features, identifying usability issues in both UX and UI. I then propose adjustments to their current interface through a Figma mockup.

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Stanford's Haas Center for Public Service

March - June 2019

A service design case study exploring an app that would help Stanford's Haas Center for Public Service reconcile commitment and awareness issues faced when students volunteer at external organizations.

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Stanford Carta

January 2020 - Present

User research, product design, and leadership for the data-driven course reviews and exploration platform used by 95% of Stanford undergraduates. This project is ongoing.

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Stanford Blood Center: UX Consulting

January - March 2020

A medium article written by my consulting partner detailing our experience leading an internal innovation team at the Stanford Blood Center.

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Vergil x Invicted x Lightspeed Ventures

Est. December 2018

An app that connects returning citizens with helpful community members throughout re-entry. Invicted was selected for the Lightspeed Fellowship and joined Vergil at ideas42 in September 2019.

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Miscellaneous gallery.

An ongoing stream of work. Again, please reach out with curiosities.

Remote teaching.

Design education videos from my time as a volunteer instructor with Code.X and
as a course assistant in the Stanford HCI department.

Assumption Testing // Experience Prototyping

CS 147: Intro to HCI Design, Winter 2021

Recorded originally to help students enrolled in CS 147 understand the purpose of experience prototypes, part of the course's assignment #2.

Intro to Figma

CS 147: Intro to HCI Design, Winter 2021

Recorded to help CS 147 students with little design experience get acquainted with the course's primary prototyping tool, Figma.

Level Up on Figma

CS 147: Intro to HCI Design, Winter 2021

Recorded for CS 147 students with some design experience who are hoping to level up their skills in Figma.

Figma Plugins Overview

CS 147: Intro to HCI Design, Winter 2021

Teaching students how to access plugins on Figma and exhibiting some of my favorites.

Napkin Sketching

Year 2 Human-Centered Design, Code.X, Summer 2020

Overview of napkin sketching and its relevance in the design process. Intended audience: Sophomore high school students in the Code.X program in Palestine and Albania.

Analogous Experiences

Year 2 Human-Centered Design, Code.X, Summer 2020

Overview of how finding analogous experiences can help us come up with innovative solutions to a parallel problem. Intended audience: Sophomore high school students in the Code.X program in Palestine and Albania.

Intro to Human-Centered Design

Year 1 Human-Centered Design, Code.X, Summer 2020

Overview of Code.X's design muscles introductory curriculum + a first design activity. Intended audience: Freshmen high school students in the Code.X program in Palestine and Albania.