Eujeen Hwang is a design researcher with a strong passion for leveraging innovation to drive social progress through a user-centred approach. She firmly values the significance of artisanship and craftsmanship in this pursuit.
Her research expertise lies at the confluence of creative design, psychology, and education. Over the course of her academic journey, she has concentrated on pivotal research domains. These include investigating pedagogical interventions aimed at combating ageism, formulating social installation policies that foster intergenerational connections, and designing medical products tailored for specific patient needs. In essence, her research revolves around enhancing people's lives and experiences.
She is supporting King Wang and team on the "Open Loop Careers" project.
- MSc in Industrial Design, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea (2020)
- BDes in Industrial Design, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand (2017)
- Hwang, Eujeen., and Lim, Youn-kyung. (2020). Tuning into the Sound: Discovering Motivational Enablers for Self-Therapy Design, in Boess, S., Cheung, M. and Cain, R. (eds.), Synergy – DRS International Conference 2020, 11-14 August.