Hi! I'm Tiffany, UX + Visual Designer.

Currently, I work in the Irvine, CA as an Sr. Web Designer. My greatest drive for design is to create intuitive and delightful experiences for the users. I enjoy working in all aspects of the UX process; from user interviews, competitive research, reiterative prototyping, to visual design. 

On my free time, I work on personal design projects, illustrate with a pen and paper, sign up for my next 5k/half marathon, take photos of my surroundings, sit at a coffee shop, and ponder where to go for my next adventure.

My Process

Market Research  >  Brainstorm & Planning + User Interviews  >  Sketch + Mock ups  >  Prototype  >  User Testing  >  Repeat Last Two Steps>  Visual Design

Work Experience

  • Sr. Web Designer, Marketing Demand Generation at HireRight Inc., April 2016 - Present

  • Graphic Designer, UX & Product Development at Laserfiche, April 2012 - April 2016

  • Freelance Graphic Designer, Tiffany Hahn Design

    • HolyWave Ministry of Sarang Community Church, January 2013 - Present

    • Wedding Stationery Design, CCL Weddings, June 2013 - March 2016

    • Molecular Matrix, Inc., September 2011 - January 2012, May 2014

    • Davis Korean Church Mission Committee, September 2009 - December 2011

Education

B.A. in Design Visual Communication, Communication minor at University of California, Davis.

Specialties

User Interface Design, User Experience Design, Web Design, Branding, Logo Identity, Stationery Design.

I'm always open to new and unique projects!

A little bit more

Through my education and experiences as a visual designer, I've gained an exploratory and clean minimalistic approach for my designs. I begin by delving into the topic of what I am designing and then allowing the creative juices to flow based on the foundations of my research. I believe this allows my design to be thoughtful, practical, applicable, and importantly, visually appealing. The most important thing I have learned as a designer is that designs are discovered in the process. Great designs do not just take form on their own; it takes lots of scratch paper, edits, undoes, and redoes to arrive to its final destination.