Samantha Miller

Design Researcher

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  • LocationUnited Kingdom

About me

 

Sam is a Design Researcher at STBY in London, particularly interested in visual design research through photography and video and designing engaging research materials and prompts. She holds an MA in Interaction Design from Goldsmiths College, University of London and a BA in Sociology from New York University. Her work has been presented at the Microsoft Research Design Expo in Seattle, WA and at enter13 at Waterman's Art Centre in London.

Skills

 

  • Visual Arts
  • Art Photography
  • Copywriting
  • Editing
  • CSS
  • Design
  • Html
  • Wordpress
  • Proofreading
  • Excel
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • UX Design

Work history

Currently

Design Researcher

STBY

Jan 2015

2013

Design Assistant

New York University

Jul 2012 - Jul 2013

Education

2014

MA Interaction Design Research

Goldsmiths, University of London

Aug 2013 - Dec 2014

    2011

    BA Sociology

    New York University

    Aug 2008 - Apr 2011

      Awards

      2016

      Presented at MCE3 Conference

      • Presented a talk on 'Visual Design Research' at MCE^3 Conference in Warsaw, Poland

      2014

      Microsoft Design Expo Presenter

      Microsoft

      • Selected from my MA Interaction Design Research course to present my term project

      2014

      Exhibited at Enter14

      • Joint project 'The Wired Eye' exhibited at Watermans Art Centre in London as part of annual exhibit showcasing emerging designers, 'Enter14'

      2013

      Goldsmiths Interaction Research Studio Bursary

      • Awarded merit-based partial-scholarship to attend Goldsmiths for MA in Interaction Design Research.

      2011

      The Alexander L. Shluger Class of 1914 Award

      • Awarded to one sociology major in the graduating class who was excelled in their study of the subject.

      2011

      Phi Beta Kappa

      • Academic Honor Society