Happy Designer

I help people solve a complex problem with a sense of usability, simplicity, and aesthetics.

Kocha

Kocha Worapon

The way I design is relatively straightforward. I listen to you, as soon as we understand each other, we design together.

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Capability

Product Design:

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User Experience Design

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Web & Mobile App Design

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Interaction Design

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Design System

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MVP & Ideation

Brand Identity:

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Brand Strategy

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Creative & Art-Direction

Research:

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Rapid Prototyping

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Usability Testing

FAQs

1.

Why did you choose Design?

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I believe being able to live a life of service to others is an enormous privilege.

I am learning by helping people solve their complex problems with the design.

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2.

What is your design philosophy?

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I have no philosophy and not interested in awards or design trends, but form follows function.

The idea comes first, then prototype, then further improvement based on what we have learned  —  as simple as that.

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3.

Who have you helped in the past?

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I believe that no one is too small to make a difference.

I assist people ranging from solopreneurs to in-house product teams, from start-ups to tech companies.

If you had open-minded and willing to identify a problem, I do my best to help you find a design solution.

Who have I helped?

4.

What motivates you at work?

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Motivation is emotional and not reliable. As a professional designer, I don’t have the privilege to wait for emotions. Discipline works much better for me.

I only need a quiet place to get started, and continuing will be much easier.

5.

Have you done a project like mine before?

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Chances are, if I recently have done a similar project in the past few months — I probably won’t take your project as a courtesy to my client and professional advancements.

Nevertheless, I often find myself exploring unrealistic yet intriguing ideas rather than repeating the same process repeatedly.