An aspiring polymath with a strong interest in software
engineering and entrepreneurship. I will only stop learning to
attend my own funeral. Over the years, I've exposed myself to
building products and engineering capabilities for companies at
diverse stages, from early-staged to hyper-growing startups to
MNCs. Hit me up if you want a winner in your team, be it to build
a successful product or to best serve your customers. Winning is
in my blood, and quite literally, my surname.
I am blessed to receive my education from:
May 2015 - Aug 2018
Sep 2011 - May 2014
As a devotee of a better world by software, I constantly strive to improve my life or others' by means of software.
A platform for renters to find information about their potential
landlords from peers and give reviews about past landlords. An
attempt to give renters in Singapore a voice to counter-balance
the current systemic power imbalance relationship between
landlords and renters.
Check it out https://ismylandlordnice.com
A bot that helps with making up your minds, a helpful partner for
all of your indecisive pals, and the ultimate solution to tedious
everyday decisions with insignificant impact. It can also
entertain you with dad jokes 🙃.
Start chatting with it here.
Revised application UI of DBS PayLah! app with the visually
handicapped target audience in mind while maintaining the
usability for the general sighted users.
Ever since its release in Singapore, PayLah has been very well received by smartphone users with DBS bank account in Singapore. Unfortunately, despite its popularity, PayLah used to have a bad reputation among the blind smartphone user group. The initial release of the app was not making good use (or any at all) of accessibility features on smartphones, in turn rendering itself unusable for the blind users no matter how potentially useful the app can be for such user group. Even though there has been a lot of improvements in terms of accessibility for PayLah, we feel that it can be done better with more fine-grained touches on the accessibility aspects of UI elements.
This project is aimed to provide a helping hand to special-need
teachers at Very Special Art by means of a web application.
One way to calm autistic children is letting them watch Youtube videos. However, this poses another problem of the child get carried away and the teacher not being able to stop them from watching to move on to other activities.
This web application is a Youtube video streamer with an integrated timer that allows teachers to set maximum time for the children to watch. The video will be followed by visual instruction for the child to move on to other activities.
Interactive Wall for Chinatown New Year Festival 2017. This is
part of SUTD contribution to Chinatown for Chinese New Year 2017.
Passer-by of the "Huat Greetings Wall" (giant LED display on
Garden Bridge) can send in well-wishes from Chinatown Festival
Website. The wishes will then be screened on the Interactive Wall
in form of lanterns floating up to the sky.
We are honored to have the chance to present this project to Singapore President Tony Tan.
This bot is created with the purpose of making tasks list for
myself, as a simpler alternative to normal scheduling applications
that are overly complicated. This bot can generate a taskboard for
every chat that it joins (both private and group chat). It knows a
lot of Chuck Norris facts as well, in case you are bored 😁
Start chatting with it here.
This is a travel app that help Singapore tourists plan efficient itineraries, locate popular attractions like Sentosa, and manage their trip expenses.
This projects is aimed to improve the process of feeding cats (or any pets) to a more efficient manner and healthier for the pets, and to help the pets caretakers to manage the pets' diet and health.
Feb 2021 - Present
Jan 2022 - Present
Jun 2021 - Jan 2022
May 2021 - Jan 2022
Dec 2019 - Jun 2021
Sep 2018 - Nov 2019
May 2017 - July 2017
Jan 2017 - Aug 2018
Sep 2016 - Jan 2018
May 2016 - Aug 2016
Jan 2016 - Jun 2016