A user experience designer, service designer and design researcher based in South-holland, creating interactions between people and technology to build a better future now.


- Redesign IKEA Comfort Guide
- Mapping Beneficent AI

- Pavel, design a travel
- Pavel to DMZ
- How to measure 2 Meters

-- 2019 
- Hydro Scotland
- O2 ABC Glasgow  
- Closed Circuit

EDUCATION 2021-Present
  Delft University of Technology
  MSc Design for Interaction

  Glasgow School of Art, Scotland
  M.Des Design Innovation & Service Design

  Kookmin University, South Korea
  BA Spatial Design

Pavel, Design a Toolkit for Travel, 2020

Due to COVID-19, people tend to spend more hours at home,
while abundant digital contents seem to be able to replace the room for traveling.
However, we believed that lively experience that travelers go through during the whole process of travel,
such as planning travel, heading to a destination, and meeting new people is a unique value of travel that
digital contents cannot replace.

With this in mind, project ‘pavel’ is planned to introduce meaningful places where experience is important.
The project is supported by Province GyeongGi Cultural Foundation in South Korea.

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# Travel Design
# Toolkit Design
# Service Design

Project Context & Concept - What is ‘Pavel’?

‘Pabal’ is a method for communication in the Joseon Dynasty, and the messenger had to ride horses
to travel to several regions in order to deliver confidential documents quickly.

‘Pavel’ is a combination of ‘Paval’ and ‘travel’, which means that travellers make meaningful information and deliver it through travels.
Travelers who participate ‘Pavel’ play a role of recording their experiences in a travel spot as a ‘experience information’ and sharing to others.
In other words, they are doing a job of making and delivering information, which is above enjoying their travels.

Structure & Procedure - How to Pavel ?

The project aimed to help travellers to focus on the experience of spaces and to express the experience easily.
The Project have been completed with travellers as following procedures.

1. Select topics     2.Find participants     3. Distribute Pavel cards and collect result data.     4. Display a Pavel popup Gallery