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Tayler Wu

Tayler Wu

Tayler Wu

Tayler Wu

Tayler Wu

About Me

Hello, I’m Tayler!

Hi, I’m Tayler Wu, and I currently studying Master of Interactive Media in UTS.

Why did I choose Joidea?

I met Ben through a chance encouter and through talking to him I thought Joidea was a very dynamic company and had a lot fun activities. Leanring from playiong is one of the things Ben always says. This made me start to imagine how colourful my life would be after I joined the company even before I joined Joidea. I hope to learn more practical knowledge at Joidea. Afer all, what I learn from Uni is nothing if I don’t actually use it or experience it during the real project.

What have I learnt?

Firstly, the use of figma. I learnt a lot of practical features. Secondly, design concepts such as primary and secondary relationships, hierarchical relationships, etc. It is also about not being too faniful in design and drawing on examples raher than just being fancy.

Why would I like to recommend this program to my friends?

Everyone in Joidea is very friendly

You have the opportunity and the right to speak

A company at the forefront of technology, where you can learn a lot of interesting stuff

The projects and tasks that I have participated in:

  • Sharego
  • Popsup

Skills that have been improved through the internship program:

Communication skills

Logical thinging skills

Use of specialist software

The days I spent with the team

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