Hello! I am Gueayea Lian

I am a visual product designer living in San Francisco. I have a deep passion in creating enjoyable experience in design and lifestyle. Photography and patterns of nature are often the feed to my creativity.

Experience

2015–2016
Haven, Inc.     Sr Visual Designer
As Haven's visual designer, I helped developed the company's first branding experience by creating and establishing the initial UI pattern. I also worked within the product design team to brainstorm and create many of its core features in both the consumer facing platform and internal platform. While at haven, I provided my expertise in branding development to help establish its early culture and value. 

2014–2015
Peel, Inc.     Visual Designer
Brainstorm exciting concepts and bring them to fruition. Creating quality animations that engage users. Always striving for perfections that best tell the experience and deliver visual assets that are pixel perfect.

2013–2014
Whalerock Industries     Designer
Design/art direct interactive ad&sales projects on web and digital products, and crafting high quality assets to maintain the totality of experience for each product.

2012–2013
LiveBooks     Visual Designer
Provided thorough design consultations to help client redefine their brand and their place in market. Help clients maintain their core value by supplying them creative & dynamic solutions in both print & web.

Education

2008–2011
Art Center College of Design     B.A.
I studied graphic design in school, and had a deep passion and success in both typography and iconography.  This of which later becomes the catalyst in bettering myself in visual and ui design. 

More...
As I get older, I started to understand that having a few really good friends, a supportive partner and a family is really a plus. We all need to be our own protagonist in life. Allow yourself to grow as an independent thinker, and not a reflection of others' actions. There are many things that I do to help maintain my happiness in general. A glass of wine, a nice firm pillow and an iPad always does the trick. Wether it's reading up on brain food or catching up with my guilty pleasure TV shows.