Miranda Green / mirandapaige.ca

About me


ABOUT
I'm Miranda, a passionate and motivated interaction designer with an interest in solving meaningful problems. I am self-disciplined, detail-oriented and am able to express my ideas clearly and effectively. I have experience in web design, typography, illustration, and user-centred design. I am always looking for opportunities.

Q&A
If you didn’t study interaction design, what would you be doing?
I’ve always been a creative person but if I really wasn’t following any sort of design path, I would have probably gone into nursing. It’s kind of a family tradition.

What are my non-career orientated goals?
- Adopt a new best friend 🐶
- Go to Alaska to chase Aurora Borealis
- Learn how to make jewelry
- Fine dine @ Olive Garden 🍷
- Pay off my student debt 💸

FUN FACTS
I will die if I have caffeine. ☠️

I’m crafty. 😏 (I can knit, crochet, sew, quilt, cross-stitch, sculpt, etc.)

All of my shoes are slip-ons because I can’t be bothered. 🤷🏻‍♀️

One time, I called the cops on a statue (I didn't know it was a statue at the time). 🙃

Victoria is the Bodak to my Yellow. 🔥





Miranda Green


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ABOUT
I'm Miranda, a passionate and motivated interaction designer with an interest in solving meaningful problems. I am self-disciplined, detail-oriented and am able to express my ideas clearly and effectively. I have experience in web design, typography, illustration, and user-centred design. I am always looking for opportunities.



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FUN FACTS
I will die if I have caffeine. ☠️

I’m crafty. 😏 (I can knit, crochet, sew, quilt, cross-stitch, sculpt, etc.)

All of my shoes are slip-ons because I can’t be bothered. 🤷🏻‍♀️

One time, I called the cops on a statue (I didn't know it was a statue at the time). 🙃

Victoria is the Bodak to my Yellow. 🔥


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Daila

Health
UX
Service Design

Bridging the communication between the parents of disabled children and their caretakers.

why?

To provide parents with an alternative way of communicating their child’s needs to the people around them.

Parents address these needs on a day to day basis, learning about the expectations, demands and behaviours that their children display. But when a child is under the care of someone who does not have the same experience, there can be common misconceptions surrounding the type of care the child needs. When this occurs, this creates a barrier between the child and whom they are interacting with.

what?

I designed a digital platform that will provide parents of children with disabilities with the tools to educate others on how to deliver the best physical and emotional support for their child.

Parents are able to contribute and collaborate with one another in order to curate a collection of documents and information that will benefit the lives of their children.

how?

The project aims to eliminate this barrier by giving family members, friends, teachers, and caretakers the appropriate resources to provide the best care possible.

The value of this project is to allow parents to feel confident and secure in knowing that their child is in good hands and that they are receiving the same quality of care no matter what the circumstance. Parents know that with the right resources they can help educate the people around them. Ultimately, creating a growing, accepting, and comfortable environment for their child.