Hi, I'm Anny. I am a designer, creative technologist, and artist passionate about creating seamless, satisfying, and compelling experiences for billions through aesthetics and problem-solving. I am currently based in NYC and enjoy bridging the gap between users and technology. My practice has revolved around psychology, graphics, UI/UX, creative coding, and new media art.

Most recently, I worked as a web designer and developer at Parsons DEED Lab directed by Cynthia Lawson, rebranding and building webpages. Before this, I was a web and graphic design intern at Asia Contemporary Art Week developing webpages and creating graphics for both print and digital for 2018 events.

Now I am seeking for an opportunity to apply and consolidate my design and programming skills. If you think I'd be a good fit for your team, please get in touch.

Feel free to drop me a line!


Parsons School of Design
MFA Design and Technology New York City, USA
While pursuing my MFA degree at Parsons, I came across the iterative process of design, from research, ideate, prototype to final production. Concerning mental health, I co-designed a website regarding stress and solely created RE:FEEL, a portable personal device for emotion tracking utilizing physical computing and 3D printing. Besides, to address marine environmental issues, I built an art installation and an indie game, attempting to raise people's awareness of plastic and sound pollution in the ocean.

National Chengchi University
BS Psychology
Taipei, Taiwan
Having a solid background in psychology, I am observant and have more familiarity about people in general. Through the experiences from class learning and being a research assistant in labs, I became competent in researching for a specific topic, designing experiments, conducting testings, analyzing data, and building rapport with people (participants).

National Chengchi University
BS Digital Content and Technologies
Taipei, Taiwan
With my second bachelor degree in Digital Content and Technologies, I picked up knowledge of storytelling, user-centered design, design thinking, and human-computer interaction. At DCT, I've learned to collaborate with people from different fields and roles as well. Also, it was since here, I've started my journey of creating interactive installations for more than six years.

© 2020 Anny Chang.
All Rights Reserved.