./ Yula Paluy Design Profile

Photo by Erin Ashford

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

Available for select engagements committed to meaningful work. 

What I can create for you:  graphics, animations, websites, logos, layouts, ux+ui, films, experiences, and more. 

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

I'm also a ux+ui consultant. Past clients have included Google, Adobe, Airbnb, Levi's, Magic Leap, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Audible, and InVision.

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.