Sarah Hum

Product designer

no. 1

Retail analytics startup

I have been working with 42 since it was born in February 2013. Since then, we were a part of the winter 2014 batch of Y Combinator, have been in TechCrunch Disrupt, and walked on a New York Fashion Week runway. During Y Combinator, I worked closely with another designer, Wayne Spiegel.

Designing the 42 dashboard required thinking about the system as a whole. Throughout product development, we worked with clients to understand what data matters to them and features they would find useful.

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no. 2

Cross platform advertising

Over 100 publishes and agencies rely on PaperG for their automated ad creation and distribution. I worked with CTO, Victor Cheng, to create their new website. The site is fully responsive.

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no. 3

Automated time tracker

Tempo is a menu-bar application that automates time tracking and makes invoicing easier for freelancers and small businesses. This project was completed for a hackathon in collaboration with Wayne Spiegel.

Instead of (forgetting to) press start and stop on a timer, synced files are automatically tracked and invoices are generated by the selection of project files.

no. 4

Miscellaneous goodies!

A compillation of other creations. Mostly fun personal projects.

I did a doodle everyday for 366 days. Afterwards, I used some to make business cards.

I enjoy papercraft and making greeting cards! All of these are hand-made and hand-cut.

These are some information design projects created for school.

...and finally a quick client project that I couldn't say no to!

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