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Tin Nguyễn
Product design, etc. 


Artsy

2019–Present


  1. Artsy Viewing Room
  2. Artsy CMS
  3. Trust & Safety
  4. Checkout & Shipping

Led end-to-end product design on projects touching both sides of Artsy’s two-sided marketplace, enabling seamless transactions on Artsy, improve seller tools for galleries, connect collectors with in-demand supply, & support more artists around the world.



Capsule

2018–2019


   1. Delivery Windows
   2. Internal Tools Design System 

Led product design and user research for Capsule’s pharmacy and logistics teams. Laid out foundations for a design system and shipped thoughtful, research-driven tools to manage an excellent customer experience.



VTS

2017–2018


  1. Deal Tasks & Approvals
  2. Deal Financials

Built new and improved financial data-focused tools and workflows for commercial real estate professionals, enabling them to win better deals faster.



Datadog

2015–2016

 

  1. Datadog APM
  2. Datadog Alerts

Launched entirely new products from conception to market (e.g., APM) and improved tools heavy in interaction design and data visualization for DevOps teams to resolve performance issues via an intuitive user experience.



Some fun thoughts—

  1. design can be a facilitator for clearer communication ︎
  2. design can be a driver for better business decisions ︎
  3. design can be a vehicle for meaningful change ︎



︎︎︎hello@nguyentin.com
︎︎︎linkedin 
︎︎︎instagram
Mark




Hi, I’m Tin. I’m a product designer based in NYC. I work within communication and interaction design, merging product strategy with business goals and user needs. I'm driven by the intersection of solving business problems, cultivating multidisciplinary teams, and shipping products that are meaningful and useful for humans.
    I have designed and grown end-to-end experiences across a range of platforms, within multiple high-growth consumer and B2B companies for the past 7+ years.
  As a product designer, I value user-centered design methods in building scalable, usable, and elegant experiences and interfaces. I design from the why, the what, and the how. End-to-end. 
    Critical aspects of my design process include: experimentation, design visioning, user research, synthesis, and collaboration* with other designers, business teams, data analysts, engineers, and product managers. 

Feel free to reach out to me at ︎︎︎ hello@nguyentin.com

With ♡, Tin



Experience

︎︎︎ Artsy (2019–Present)
︎︎︎ Capsule (2018–2019)
︎︎︎ VTS (2017–2018)
︎︎︎ Datadog (2015–2016)
︎︎︎ Rapt Media (2014–2015)
︎︎︎ Sunlight Foundation (2013)
Education

︎︎︎ Graphic Design, 2014
Parsons, The New School for Design

︎︎︎ Biology, Studio Arts, 2012
University of Virginia



*A few kind words from teammates 🖤



1. “The times that Tin and I have collaborated on solutions always are super efficient, we always end ahead of time. I contribute this to the clarity of his communication style and his skill of designing things that make sense on the spot. I really appreciate not only the lack of ego, but the speed in which he works.”
—Engineer

2. “On the broader PX team, I have seen your eagerness and preference to pair with others on the team. It is definitely noticed that you are a true collaborator and put the team’s needs first.”
—Engineer

3. “I also want to specifically note the intelligent way in which you've driven these collaboration sessions, working to create low-fi mocks in Miro for several different versions at a time during each session. This enabled us to iterate quickly while still having a visual basis for discussion.”
—Engineer

4. “Your strategic point of view and deep empathy for partner needs are a great combination, especially as we’ve audited our current product together, identified open questions for research, and jammed on future opportunities.”
—Product Manager


5. “You are doing great strategic work, partnering with engineering, diving into all areas to better understand our partners, and delivering simple, elegant solutions to their problems. Our collaboration truly feels like a partnership! I've also specifically appreciated your involvement in all aspects of forming our team OKRs.”
—Product Manager

6. “I love that Tin just went out of his way for the delivery window project and took on the PM role for the front-end. It removed a tooooon of stress from me, and got that project way more organized and easier to predict. He definitely put in the time to make that a reality.”
—Engineer