Tyler Su is a digital product designer working intimately towards the future of social and creative expression online.

A Stanford graduate (🌲'21) studying a mix of product design, digital communications, cs, and data science
Currently designing social tools at Roblox πŸ‘Ύ, the most popular game in the world
Previously founding member of Yada πŸ„, microblogging for Gen Z which peaked at #8 on the App Store

Portfolio

I have interned & worked at agencies, startups, and in-house design teams, exposing me to many approaches to effective design and collaboration. My deep interests in empowering the next generation of students, creators, and leaders have taken me far and wide:

- Social tools at Roblox πŸ‘Ύ where 150m+ largely Gen Z players gather every month

- Founding team at Yada πŸ„ a microblogging platform where teenagers have already contributed millions of guides, stories, and games

- Building design workshops πŸ’‘ for brand, innovation, and technologist leadership teams such as Lyft, Aesop, and Apple

Side Projects

I take a hands on approach to new problems and love to explore new ideas and product spaces in my free time. In the past, I've worked closely with college founders and entrepreneurs within the Forbes network to support at the early product stage. All have gone on to raise venture, and beyond!

My personal interests in fashion, history, and art give me drive. From managing 70+ creatives at the largest Stanford print and digital magazine, coding generative art, or recreating da Vinci’s Lion... I love working with throughtful, passionate teams on any and all exciting new projects.

Let me know if you’re looking for a product designer or team member, too!

When I'm not designing...

πŸ„β€β™€οΈ Based in Los Angeles & Bay Area, California
πŸ₯– Tending to my sourdough starter
β˜• Roasting coffee beans
🧡 Sewing my dream closet
πŸ‘‚ Testing exciting new social products
🎴 Building my collection of card games
πŸ‡»πŸ‡³πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ Learning Vietnamese & Japanese

About Me

I’m an upcoming grad @ Stanford where I study a mix of product design, digital communications, engineering, and data science.

Design's superpower is empowering others to create their own imaginative spaces, intimate communities, and personal stories. This has molded my interests in a specific set of product spaces: consumer social, personal wellness, and commerce technologies. Nothing gets me more excited than projects working towards this future!

Let's grab a virtual coffee sometime: