Celine Hong is in the third year of her industrial design degree. She believes in design as a way of thinking and a method of approaching problems. Understanding that design is more than creating specific solutions like products, interfaces, or graphics, she approaches design with an interdisciplinary mindset. With the prevalence of design in our world and the user-centered nature of the process, she knows that design has the potential and the duty to innovate and produce meaningful work.
While working as a Research Assistant for the Health Design Lab at Emily Carr, she collaborated with partners like the BC Ministry of Health and the Provincial Health Services Authority. This past summer she also participated in Emily Carr’s Liminal Labs at the Triennale di Milano and their explorations into relocation and collaboration.