Duc Huy Huynh

Senior UX/ UI Designer

Hi there. I'm Huy. I'm passionate about crafting digital experiences that not only captivate users but also make their lives easier. As a Senior Product Designer with 4 years of experience, specializing in UX/UI design, I thrive on the intersection of creativity and functionality. My journey in this dynamic field has taken me through various projects, each presenting unique challenges and opportunities for innovation.

Having honed my skills in both user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design, I understand the importance of creating seamless interactions and visually appealing interfaces. Whether it's designing intuitive user flows or refining pixel-perfect visuals, I'm dedicated to delivering products that exceed expectations and leave a lasting impression.

Currently based in Vietnam, I draw inspiration from the rich culture and vibrant tech scene of this rapidly evolving country. I'm deeply committed to pushing the boundaries of design excellence and staying at the forefront of industry trends. Collaborating with cross-functional teams, I strive to translate ideas into tangible solutions that resonate with users on a meaningful level.

In essence, I'm not just a designer; I'm a storyteller, a problem solver, and a visionary, on a mission to shape the future of digital experiences one pixel at a time.



Perhaps it's France. I think the younger generation needs to take responsibility for looking at history, at the tearful past during times of fierce war. The generation before us sacrificed too much so that the young people could have the peaceful life we have today. I shed tears when reading the farewell letter of Huynh Khuong An - a communist soldier who was executed by the German army at the Sablière stone quarry in the town of Châteaubriant in western France. Although the street named after him is in a rather small alley in the Go Vap district, Saigon, few people pay attention, but every October 24th, the city of Paris holds a memorial ceremony at his former home, No. 6 Porte de Brancion Street, in the 15th arrondissement. If I have the opportunity to visit France in the future, I will visit him, as a journey to rediscover the passionate youth that he lived until the age of 29.

They sacrificed like that, I will always remember the years when I was in 8th grade, I read a long report in Tuoi Tre newspaper, telling the story of prisoners - the first Vietnamese people deported to Guyane, France. They were imprisoned in one of the Annam labor camps in Cayenne, including soldier Thu Khoa Huan and patriot De Tham (Hoang Hoa Tham). Over the past 90 years, that event seems to be rarely mentioned anymore. I want to go there someday, to have the opportunity to burn incense in memory of the fathers, and brothers who sacrificed, exiled for the struggle of the Vietnamese nation.