Hey there

I’m Ramona Jingru Wang. I am a UX designer in NYC. Centered around problem solving, collectivity and being nice♡, I explore how we care for each other through design and image making process.

When I am not doing UX design:
✿ I am creating lens-based art and photography
✿ making
cyber gardening
✿ modeling with
Offshore Agency
✿ internet scouting for
✿ coordinating events at a
local bookstore

You can reach me via wangjr95@gmail.com, or find me on instagram.

recent work

UX Design
Timetable - A Work Scheduling and Timesheet Case Study
A rethinking of scheduling and timesheet platforms that actually care about the workers, inspired by Justworks, and other cool platforms.
UX Design/Web Design
P&T Knitwear Books and Podcasts - Website Redesign
Website redesign for a newly open bookstore & cafe in the Lower East Side, New York.
Wish You Weren't Here - Winner of the BARON PRIZE 2020
A video work as a byproduct of what I have created as a photographer. It is a collection, and a recollection of the outside responses (from the viewers, the internet) to my photographic work, and to myself as my persona (online).
Winner of the BARON PRIZE 2020


Studied at the International Center of Photography-Bard College, and graduated with an MFA in photography from the Pratt Institute, New York, I have been working as a lens-based artist and a photographer in New York. My work explores how images intervene with our reality and create connections among people and space, investigating how we care for each other through photographs. I have been the recipient of the BARON Prize 2020 with my video work “wish you were not here”, short-listed for Palm* Photo Prize and the winner of the Capture Writing Prize 2021. My self-published newspaper “Family Album” will be exhibited in the Inaugural Photography Triennial at the Museum of City of New York in March, 2023.

Interested in doing more to help people care for each other, I started exploring UX design. I hold a Google UX Design Professional Certificate.


April 2019 — Present
Events Coordinator

May 2022 — Present