Meet the Intern (IV)

JIN Design

03 Oct, 2017


A job well done is a job worth doing

It is always an enjoyable time working alongside like-minded, motivated individuals who know how to have a silly good time. I must say, it is never a dull moment at JIN Design and all these goofiness makes working together a pleasant experience. These interactions enable us to be open in our discussion, building a more collaborative team environment, bouncing ideas off one another and sharing valuable insights. To be able to produce good work and having fun while we’re at it, now who wouldn’t like that?

Another intern is here to learn!

Yup, it’s that time again where we tap into our series, “Meet the Interns”!

Today, we proudly present to you the latest addition to our team – a research brainiac. She’s an integral member of our team who plays an important role in aiding our user experience research. Great with data analysis and statistics, she’s goofy and she’s helpful – meet MELISSA!

Q: Hey Melissa! How’s your experience interning at JIN Design so far?

Melissa: Being exposed to many fresh perspectives about design and life – it has been really exciting, interesting and fun. Overall, it has definitely been a fruitful experience!

Q: Yummy experience! So, what do you like best about your internship?

Melissa: Great working environment with patient and supportive colleagues! Everyone is growing and learning together – I love how genuine everyone is and the many sharing sessions about everything and anything.

Q: Any word of advice for future design interns?

Melissa: *Cue Shakira’s Try Everything* ~I want to try even though I could fail, I won’t give up, no I won’t give in, till I reach the end and then I’ll start again~ Nevertheless, be patient, happy and have fun throughout the process! You don’t know what you will achieve and any road can get you there as long as you set your mind to do it, so do it. (just remember to take the good path ok!)

?  Tsamina mina eh eh Waka waka eh eh~, this diva’s quips don’t lie!

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