Meet the Team:
Julianne Trinh

Learn more about Julianne, Lead Product Designer at sync.

Meet the creative mastermind behind our intuitive and beautiful app.

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Name
Julianne (Julie)

Job Title
Lead Product Designer

Location
Melbourne, Australia

Languages
English, Chinese and Vietnamese

Favourite film and/or book
The Alchemist by Paul Coelho

Fun Fact
I’m obsessed with finding the perfect coffee. 

Favourite country
Greece

What are 3 things on your bucket list?
Climb a mountain, go on a ‘proper’ safari (I love giraffes!), and go to the Maldives.

How did you join sync.?

I joined sync when we had less than 10 people. I remember the interview process happening very quickly. I met up with the CEO and CIO for a catch up about the role and company. I completed a take-home design challenge, and a few days later was offered the job.

What is the best thing about being a UX/UI designer?

I love being able to help solve important problems that will hopefully change someone’s life for the better. 

What do you think makes a good UX/UI design?

When the design is intuitive and delightful.

What are your most sacred design principles?

Listen to our users’ needs.

What sync. feature do you find most helpful? 

I love having multiple currencies. I recently moved back to Australia, it’s been so helpful to be able to hold and spend in GBP, AUD and EUR. 

How would you define the sync. work culture in 3 words?

Innovative, fun and inclusive.

What advice would you give to someone who wants to start a career as a UX/UI designer?

The most important aspect of UX/UI design is the ability to understand who we are designing for. Don’t worry too much about learning every design software in the market.

How do you deal with working in a male-dominated field? 

I try not to think about the fact that it is male-dominated but instead I try to get to know who I’m working with through their personality and working styles. 

"The most important aspect of UX/UI design is the ability to understand who we are designing for."
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