Design and research @ Stanford.

Kristina Inouye is a human-computer interactions Masters student. She focuses on digital product design, user research, 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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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.