Interaction Designer that focus on UX, UI, System Design and Concept Development

Worked on Google maps, Enterprise-facing products, Urban experience design, Experimental design and prototyping, Digital art and Curation.



Wendy Di Wang is an interaction designer. She works at the intersection of enterprise-facing product, urban experience design, experimental design and prototyping, digital art and curation. She is enthusiastic about creating innovative design systems, interactions and delightful experiences across screens and tangible products with a positive impact.

She recently worked at Google Maps in San Francisco.

Her work has exhibited in Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin during the Forecast Forum festive, the Brand eins' Zukunftskonferenz Conference at Hamburg, Autodesk Gallery during Spark Design Awards 10th Anniversary Celebration and Silicon Valley Bike Summit 2014

In 2015, her interactive urban design project Solux - won multiple awards including Forecast Platform and Spark Award for the best design concept.  This piece links questions on the quality of life in our cities with ecological challenges, such as energy efficiency, and the issue of light pollution won multiple awards


 Solux win the Winner of Spark!- the highest honor of spark awards concepts & student catalog. 

The Spark Awards -  the world’s most modern design competition and foremost a community of designers and creative people, bound together by the idea that Design can make positive change in the world.




Solux as the selected winner project of Forecast Forum - an international platform at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin. 2015. The tandem have been announced: Wendy Di Wang and Markus Diebel, they will accompany in their further development until the Forecast Festival.



Forecast offers insights into artistic production processes in a diverse variety of genres. As an international platform for knowledge transfer, Forecast reveals how creative decisions are reached and gives young talents from all over the world the opportunity to realize their own projects with the support of renowned mentors. More than 360 applicants from 70 countries responded to the international call for proposals and submitted their project ideas to Forecast.


From September 2015 to February 2016, the selected participants will get the opportunity to work closely with a personal mentor. They will be able to establish a productive relationship with that mentor and benefit from this unique form of empowerment. Each tandem will find its own way to collaborate and advance the project. Between 26 and 28 February, the tandems will present each of their projects during the Forecast Festival at the HKW: Performances, presentations or installations in any format will be showcased for the public.


The HKW became a test lab and backdrop for their presentations and invited the public to experience the project proposals as models, videos or performances. In public discussions, the participants and mentors addressed contemporary issues in their respective fields, thereby making Forecast a shared space to come together and exchange views. At the end of the Forecast Forum, the mentors each selected one talent who they will work with in tandems to realize their proposed projects.


The winner was bipool, composed solely of international women:  Wendy Di Wang (Industrial Design 2015), Qian Mao (Graphic Design 2015) Xiaofei Liu (Graphic Design 2015) and Jingjing Yang (Graphic Design 2015) .

The team's idea was to create a formal infrastructure for bicycle commute routes. Along with a unique logo, they designed bus stop-like meeting points for bipool users, where a map of the route and departure times would be posted to encourage cyclists to meet up and travel together.

The team also conceived a mobile app that would track persons who bike as well as mapping commonly used routes to popular locations.

The bipool concept is based on the notion of safety in numbers. By increasing bicyclist visibility, it encourages people to bike when they might otherwise be inclined to drive. Increasing the number of cyclists on the road creates a cloak of safety for both novice and veteran cyclists.

The team received $1,500 and will work with SVBCCCA, and the RSST to prepare a presentation for local jurisdictions and businesses in Silicon Valley.