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My name is Yi-Hua (Eva) Chu. I was born and raised in Taiwan. I’ve been interested in everything related to computers when I studied in junior high school. Therefore, being able to choose a major in high school, Information Management was a natural choice, as it was for my undergraduate degree. During college I … Read More
My name is Yi-Hua (Eva) Chu. I was born and raised in Taiwan. I’ve been interested in everything related to computers when I studied in junior high school. Therefore, being able to choose a major in high school, Information Management was a natural choice, as it was for my undergraduate degree. During college I had a part time job that gave me invaluable experience managing and fixing computers and maintaining networks. I also earned my Bachelor’s degree in Information Management in 2005 at Nanya Institute of Technology in Taiwan. Before I graduated, I published an academic monograph on IPv6.

After graduating, I worked as an engineer for two and a half years in Taiwan for the international Elitegroup Company, which produces computer hardware, motherboards, laptops/notebooks and servers. This gave me a strong background and practical experience with Web programs and especially Microsoft Visual Studio.Net C# and the Oracle9i database.

My experiences working with incompatible Web pages and Web programs have led me to take an interest in adaptable Web design. Therefore, I decided to study at Academy of Art University and major in Web Design & New Media in 2008, and graduated in 2010.

After back to Taiwan in 2011, I was switch in different roles such as a UI designer, UI/UX designer, UX designer, Product designer, Product Manager, also vice director of Talk UX 2017 Conference. My plan in the future, no matter where I am, I still will contribute what I love in UX field. Read Less
- 9 years in UX/UI industry and 2.5 years in IT industry.
- Efficient in User Experience and User Interface.
- Knowledge Programming Skills using Actionscript 3.0, C#, Oracle and PL/SQL.
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