About Me

Experience designer with 2+ year experience in humanising systems with both physical and digital touch-points.

Hi, I'm Supawat. I graduated from Carnegie Mellon School of Design, got conscripted by the Royal Thai Navy during a pandemic, and now I'm in Australia getting back into Design. I've worked as a UX designer with iRobot, a data visualizer with the US government, and many other roles humanizing technology.

I'm currently looking for an opportunity to work and grow with like-minded folks. In my free time, I cook, garden, and fix my electric bike.

This is my resume. Please feel free to reach out!

Here's my unpopular design opinion:


User-centered design is short sighted.
Here’s why: when we focus only on the "user", we ignore the bigger picture both behind and beyond the product.

I believe Design is a force for good. It's why I became a designer. I love intuitive products; but from workers to the environments, it hurts me when designs fail to appropriately care. In my practice, I focus on applying systems thinking, participatory design, and futures to create sustainable and lasting solutions.

Awards, Press, and Recognition:

Some links may take you to my older web portfolios.

2021 – Materializing Mental Health is featured in the book: Creative Approaches to Health Education 2021

2020 – PostIndustrial won the Kier Service Design & Social Innovation Award. I also got College Honors!

2020 – Materializing Mental Health is featured in Mozilla Fest Internet Health: Neurodiversity Space in the UK

2019 – Thai Help Thai won 1st place in the Royal Thai Embassy's Database & Social Platform Design Competition

2018 – TrashML won the Grand Prize sponsored by Microsoft Cognitive Service in Tartanhacks

2017 – My team received 1st place in Deloitte Insight's Data Visualization Studio Jam at CMU