Jessica Lam / jessica-lam.com

About me


About
My background is focused on visual design and creating the best user experiences possible by playing with colours, layouts and typography to create visual touch points. My focus is balancing the purpose, simplicity and natural human interactions. I am always excited to tackle new problems with effective solutions.

Q&A
Want to play video games?
Naw, too much work to start the game.

What's for food?
Instant noodles. I can have that all day, everyday.

FUN FACTS
I'm addicted to nail art and usually change my designs EVERY week.

Twitch is life.EEEEEEEEEEEE This is the only kind of TV I know of.

I love video games... but I only watch people play them.





Jessica Lam


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About
My background is focused on visual design and creating the best user experiences possible by playing with colours, layouts and typography to create visual touch points. My focus is balancing the purpose, simplicity and natural human interactions. I am always excited to tackle new problems with effective solutions. .



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Q&A
Want to play video games?
Naw, too much work to start the game.

What's for food?
Instant noodles. I can have that all day, everyday.
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FUN FACTS
I'm addicted to nail art and usually change my designs EVERY week.

Twitch is life.EEEEEEEEEEEE This is the only kind of TV I know of.

I love video games... but I only watch people play them.



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Localitter

Environment
UX
Service Design

Be a part of building a cleaner community.

why?

LitterE€Es everywhere we go. By 2050, plastic will be in 99% of seabirds and thatE€Es only one type of wildlife in danger out of many others. It severely impacts our lives and the environment yet many of us still continue doing it every day without seeing the long term consequences.

what?

Localitter is an application where users take pictures of littered areas and are uploaded to the public community. With more posts being uploaded in the same area, an event is created to recruit volunteers to help clean that vicinity. This allows the city to gather more data on littering problems.

how?

High school students need their community hours to graduate. By creating cleanup events where they can volunteer and learn about littering problems, it can motivate them to become environmentally friendly. The city can also use this data to implement better ways on reducing litter such as putting additional garbage cans.