Hi, I’m Michelle!

I’m a curious and self-driven UX/UI+ Visual designer. I’m a Product Designer at H-E-B where I design a user interface for Partners to manage Inbound products from suppliers and ship them safely to warehouses and stores.

I care deeply about the intersection of technology and humanity, to ensure a sustainable future for all. I aim to create meaningful digital experiences through design, visual communication, and storytelling.

In 2022, I graduated from Georgia Tech’s Digital Media program, where I designed my master’s project, “Digital Ghost Stories,” an interactive oral history exhibit that showcases women’s experiences on Georgia Tech’s campus. Additionally, as a Graduate Research Assistant through Georgia Tech’s the Center of Serve-Learn-Sustain, I organized and curated the exhibition “SDG 5 Gender Equality: Reimagining our Future through Art and Technology” The exhibit utilized Sustainable Development Goal 5, Gender Equality, as a framework to showcase women in technology and to demonstrate how women in technology are reshaping research questions and pushing artistic boundaries that can bring us closer to accomplishing gender equality. The exhibition was showcased at The Kendeda Building for Innovative and Sustainable Design from February – December 2022. My work has been featured in the School of Literature, Media and Communication, Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine, and Ivan Allen College Dean’s 2021-2022 Report.

I’m always happy to connect and chat. Feel free to find me on LinkedIn or Instagram, or shoot me an email, [email protected]

Adobe Creative Suite
Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom

Figma, Adobe XD

UX/UI design, visual design, user research, user testing