Hi, I'm Julie, a senior studying computer science and creative technologies at Oberlin College. I'm interested in new media, design justice, human-computer interaction, and the digital humanities. This summer, I worked as a software engineering intern at Datadog in New York City, and I'm studying abroad at Lingnan University in Hong Kong this fall.
I recently took a gap year, during which I worked on back-end services at Discovery+ and SwerveLogic, built apps at the NYC Web Development Fellowship, organized around AI ethics at The YX Foundation, taught kids how to code at Juni Learning, and attended a few design hackathonsopens in a new tab.
Here are some of my recent projects:
- I designed and built the website for Repro Convos, a card game that sparks conversation around reproductive health
- I created a color-changing flower out of thermochromic paint, fabric, copper wire, 3D printed stuff, and an Arduino
- I made an Arduino game that tells a story about a Mars rover
- I collaborated with people with dementia to create the concept for Bility, an inclusive networking app informed by human rights
- Right now I'm working on some wacky stuff with my partner in crime