Jessica Y. Wen is a global design strategist who is interested in combining creativity, business innovation, and social impact. She honors her creative craftsmanship, cultural sensitivity, and strategic design thinking skills to deliver meaningful results.
Jessica’s portfolio covers local and international clientele, including UNICEF, Forward.us, National Wildlife Federation, The Climate Registry, Overseas Press Club of America, and more. As a socially conscious thinker and designer, causes that interest her include: arts & culture, education, gender, race & social equality, and child welfare.
She currently based in San Francisco (USA). Prior to SF, she lived in New York, Baltimore, Erlangen (Germany), Beijing (China), and her hometown Taipei (Taiwan).
In addition to being a graphic designer, Jessica is also a photographer, equestrienne (big horse lover), scuba diver, martial arts practitioner, and world traveler.
As a design strategist, it is critical to keep a holistic balance from multiple perspectives while solving problems. Here are some key components that are at the core of my practice.
Business model innovation for an early stage startup geared towards combining technology and social awareness in an effort to crowdsource-clean the planet.
How might we better engage eligible California voters in the election process?
A nationwide effort to gather and share inspirational stories of immigration in America. Powered by Forward.us
Redesign a globally scalable system to help strengthen community led development and citizen engagement. Powered by UNICEF Innovation Unit.
A business incubator that aims to source the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs.