I'm Dina Bseiso, a trained Cognitive Science researcher with a passion for Interaction Design from UC Berkeley's School of Information. My industry experience includes Google ATAP, HP Labs, and Autodesk working on mostly generative design.

  • From drawing, to writing, to music, and acting, I tell and witness stories from various perspectives. Beginning at a young age, I used The Arts to explore all I didn't understand.

  • Easily, my fascination with the brain grew. I researched decision-making at UCSD, and mental health at UCSF. From my insights, I wanted to act through design.

  • Currently, I study how people interact with artifacts, environments, and each other in hopes of optimizing these processes. It's this curiosity that inspires my masters thesis, encompassing virtual reality for social good.