About Me
I am Dongkai Xie (pronounced like Hsieh), you can call me David. Coming from Beijing, China, I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of Washington (Seattle, WA), intending to study Human-Computer Interaction and Data Science.

My interest in Graphic Design encouraged me to learn using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe InDesign to edit my photos, or create a composition on a blank paper. I love designing unified and eye-attracting designs. Up to now, I have created over 40 projects, and I am looking forward to creating more. I want to use my Graphic Design principal, method, and skill to design a User Interface for software or even operating system, such as an English Learning APP and a touchscreen interface for the Air Conditioning System.

Besides doing Graphic Designs, I take photos as well. I usually take pictures while traveling, and I am gradually improving my photography skills. My culmination in photography comes from my night-time sceneries, where city lights make a dark canvas flourishing.

Near the future, I aspire to become a User Researcher and a Product Manager, using my Design and other interdisciplinary skill to devise new technologies, and eventually solve people's problems and improve society's wellbeing.
Hello from Everett Waterfront!
Don't forget to visit my Adobe Behance page!
Please also support my Graphic Design teachers, Mrs. Dawn Hamby and Mrs. Dominique Kongsli (Ms. Dominique Ovalle).​​​​​​​
Copyright information: Unless I have specified in specific pages, all artworks under WelcomeGraphic Design, UI/UX and Web Page sections are my own works (some of my artworks are composed from pre-existing artworks); all photos under Photography section are my own photos; Tutorials are composed by myself (may contain a portion of pre-existing tutorials written by others), all screenshots are made by myself.
​​​​​​​Pretending that you've created my artworks; "Your behavior like this is annoying!"

Special notice for photos within the Photography section: no one is allowed to print photos (including using photos to produce on products) on any physical medium (such as postcards, posters, and mugs) without my copyright consent.