Prior to Adaptive Path, she worked in a range of industries: from big advertising to small technology startups, public classrooms to art museums. Kim's extensive work with museums and exhibitions led her to carefully study the impact of design on human behavior in the physical world. She has carried this experience to the digital realm, collaborating with engineers at several start-ups to develop intuitive, responsive online experiences based on user feedback and behavioral analysis.
Kim is also a faculty member in the undergraduate program in Interaction Design at the California College of the Arts. CCA’s Interaction Design Program prepares students to create meaningful and innovative designed experiences in the realms of work, lifestyle, and play—from computers and mobile devices to interactive physical spaces, games, and social networks.
A former elementary school teacher and a self-described “font nerd,” her favorite hobby is teaching friends to identify and classify serifs in the wild.