Rachel Atmadja is a Product Designer who hails from the discipline of architecture—she focuses on interaction design and UX strategy. Rachel currently serves as the Design Strategist of HAF, a nonprofit organization that teaches self-defense to women. More

Ingrain (Part 2)

Interaction Design, Mobile App Design

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Putting usability ahead of expressivity in User Interface and Interaction Design

Leveraging interactivity in designing a meal-planning experience that encourages healthy eating. Interaction sequences include onboarding, content-browsing, and meal-recording.

Ingrain (Part 1)

UX Strategy, Responsive Web Design

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Uncovering insights that redefine the MVP and inform the structure of the Product Page

Crafting the UX strategy of a meal-planning app that provides free access to the knowledge and tools to heal one's body with plant-based foods.

Pandora

Design Challenge, Product Thinking, UX Design

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Addressing user pain points in the Pandora music-discovery experience

This project is a 12-hour design challenge that I completed as part of a job application process. It advanced me to the final interview round for a UX Designer position at a construction project-management software company, and later on the job offer as well.

HAF

Digital Strategy, Responsive Web Design

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Advocating for women's safety through designing a nonprofit's digital identity

Working at the intersection of strategy, design, and technology to design the digital face of a social campaign to equip women with self-defense training.

Nimbus

SaaS, Dashboard Design

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Validating the design of a SaaS platform that enhances collaboration between remote teams

Streamlining the feedback loop for creative teams by seamlessly combining the best features of a document-viewer and messaging apps.

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