./ Yula Paluy Design Profile

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Hi, I'm Yula Paluy, a designer and developer.

Available for select engagements committed to meaningful work. 

My tools:  pen/cil & paper, digital suites, code, psychological science, camera, and curiosity.

My portfolio.  

I'm delightful to work with. You can say hi@yulapaluy.com.  


Most recently, I was a Creative Dissent fellow at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) in San Francisco.

I conducted research and taught with the innovative SF BUILD project, a joint SFSU+UCSF initiative aiming to increase diversity in the biomedical fields. Our research was profiled on NPR.

Previously, I was a fellow at the Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning and the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, an instructor with the Prison University Project at San Quentin Prison, and a graduate student and instructor at Stanford University, where I researched metaphors and humor, and received the Centennial Teaching award.

And it's true: I doula, too.