BRIAN YANG WORK PHOTOGRAPHY ABOUT
LUMI MARCH 2016

Lumi is a smart-mirror that displays glanceable information like the weather, calendar events, tweets, and stock prices all without touching your phone. This unique IoT device was designed and built as a senior year capstone project at Stanford.

FACEBOOK SUMMER 2015

I was a product design intern at Facebook during the summer of 2015. I worked on the Facebook Ads app, an app that allows advertisers to create, edit, and view their Facebook ad campaigns on their mobile device. Working closely with other designers, engineers, and product managers, I helped to design new features, user interfaces, and patterns.

REMINDLY JUNE 2015

Remindly is a delayed text message sender app for Android. It is a personal project I worked on for about one year and was built based on a human-computer interaction project at Stanford. During this project, I gain valuable experience in needfinding, prototyping, user testing, and iterative design.

FLOAT CASE MAY 2015

Float Case is a handcrafted computer case I designed and manufactured in a mechanical engineering course at Stanford. My goal was to design a minimal yet unique computer case, one that would reflect a sense of presence that a piece of furniture in a room could invoke.

ZEN TEAHOUSE DECEMBER 2014

Zen Teahouse is a digitally rendered image created for a final project in a computer graphics course at Stanford. This high-resolution raytraced image demonstrates several graphical techniques including lighting, shadows, reflections, transparency, and texturing.

PANDORA SUMMER 2014

I was a software engineer intern at Pandora in Oakland, California. During my internship, I worked on a new feature called Daydream for Pandora's Android app. Daydream is a screensaver-like feature that allows users to experience Pandora through a lightweight interface when a device is a docked or charging.

ANSWERS.COM APRIL 2013 - MARCH 2014

I was a software engineer at Answers.com in Mountain View, California. Working with a small team of engineers, I helped lead the development of Answers' Android app. I became a crucial member of the engineering team, helping to design the app and mentor engineers on the Android platform.

WRITE NOW JULY 2012

Write Now is an innovative note-taking app for Android that allows a user to take a note without leaving the app they are currently in. It was built as a personal project inspired by my experiences with exsiting note-taking apps on Android.

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