Delivering good for the summer of 2018

During the summer of 2018, I was a Product Design Intern at DoorDash as part of the Kleiner Perkins Fellowship Program. Unfortunately, I can't share the details of everything I worked on just yet—but I'll be updating this page as the features I worked on are released.

I worked on several projects over the course of thirteen weeks at DoorDash. Building out these features involved concepting and ideation, producing interface designs and functional specs for development with Figma and Zeplin, as well as prototyping interactions with Principle. I collaborated with design, project management, engineering, and research teams to ensure the designs were well-informed, practical, and delightful. One of my favorite things about designing at DoorDash was that I was placed on high-impact, core experience projects that directly affected a complex multi-facing market.

Here are some cool things I helped make:

  • A prototype guide summing up new consumer-facing features designed during a series of sprints to boost conversion
  • A design system for standardizing specific metadata across the consumer platform
  • A program that spotlights immigrant and refugee business owners on the platform
  • Future vision concepts for a three-sided market comprised of Dashers, merchants, and consumers