This design research is addresses the question of 'how to accelerate the meaningful connection between oversea families and local families and people?'
My concept is using school as a hub to connect parents with a volunteer programmr, called 'HOOD'. Volunteer parents can help new families to meet other families or neighbours in the area they live in. Through this service, families have a meaningful connection rather a random one. Together, the volunteer can earn a reputation in public and at school; new families get to know the people and neighbourhood quickly and comfortably; and other families and neighbours can get to know the new families more easily.
Overall, the neighbourhood and school become a much safer place.
School of Design
MA Service Design, 2015
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I have a variety of experiences in the field of design, in particular product and service design.
I am also very interested in business models and making things happen. With my experience in mass production and user experience skills, I want to bring about 'change' rather than just dream.
- BS Industrial Design, National Cheng Kung University
- Co-founder, Pre.Sense, 2014–15; Graphic engineer, Innovation Center HAITEC Co., 2011–13; Product designer, Eastrong Co., 2009–11
- Livo, Design Museum, London, 2013; Handmade & Nature, Design Boom, Los Angeles, 2010; Fun Time, Young Designer’s Exhibition, Taiwan, 2007
- Design boom Award, 2014; IE&D Business Award, 2014; Big Design Award, 2013; Domus Academy Award, 2013; Taiwan Art Design Competition Award, 2007