Hannah Chung captures powerful stories and creates products that empower people. She specializes in design strategy, design research, product design and development, art direction and UI/UX.
As an entrepreneur and designer, Chung co-founded two award-winning organizations: Sproutel, a patient-centered research and development studio, and Design for America, a national organization where students work on social impact projects. During her tenure at Sproutel, she designed interactive companions for children in various health conditions: Jerry the Bear, My Special Aflac Duck and Purrble. Her works have won numerous awards such as the National Design Award, Cannes Silver Lion, CES Best of Innovation, GOOD Best of Design and the SXSW Interactive Innovation Award.
Chung has been recognized by various organizations, including being named as one of the “Top 15 Women to Watch in Tech” by Inc Magazine in 2012, and being one of 50 makers honored by the White House in 2014. She has also spoken at numerous conferences, such as Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit, IDSA, Creative Mornings, TEDx and SXSW.