Sarah Hum

Product designer,

no. 1

42 Technologies
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.

Launch the website →

no. 2

Product Pains
Improving products we use

Product Pains is a community of people who are passionate about improving the products they use. The goal is to have companies interact with their users with the intent to implement provements on their product.

Users post about what they think would make a product better. Other users and product creators can become a part of the discussion. At critical mass, we can influence real change.

See it live →

no. 3

Easy event planning for long distance couples

Tango is a tool that aims to bring couples in long distance relationships together more often. Research showed that couples are much happier when they have an event to look forward to. This project includes a marketing site, a desktop web app, and a native mobile app.

Launch the marketing site →

Launch the prototype →

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!