Design Fellow, U.S. Digital Corps
Nikki is an interdisciplinary designer who integrates her interests in human thinking and social good to build digital products with meaningful impact. Prior to the U.S. Digital Corps, she has channeled this through UX/UI, web and graphic design, and branding in various non-profit, academic, and startup spaces.
Born in the Philippines and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, her upbringing was shaped by culture and community. Her background (and current events) lead her to approach the design process through the lens of information processing and accessibility.
She’s a first-gen graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, where she studied Cognitive Science and Digital Humanities in between advocating for key student populations and programs and tinkering on projects.
How to use UX practices to modernize and innovate digital services: Understanding the design community’s role in the future of human-centered government. The Biden-Harris Administration issued the Executive Order on Improving Government Customer Experience and Service Delivery for the American People, outlining CX service delivery commitments to improve millions of lives. In response, numerous initiatives […]