Draw My Life was a project that spun off the now defunct EmpowerHack initiative. I was part of a team of exceptional designers and developers who sought to capture and map displaced children's experiences of migration through their drawings, create a white-label Campaign Tool, where visitors can explore the children’s drawings and interact with data maps connecting facts and feelings, and support advocacy for refugee children’s rights, such as the need for art therapy services, with new data on the psycho-social impact of migration. I was in charge of the data visualisation and presentation on the web. 

Meet Cafe. I did the UX design for a website that shows cafes where people can go to work alone or in groups.