Jasmine Mingjie Weng

Artist Statement

Jasmine’s grad project has mainly focused on the autistic group over six years old, and also covered average children who are in need of learning emotional awareness and social skills.

The motivation that inspired her to create this design came from the opportunities she had contact with people with autism, which made her realize that the resources for autistic children are always relatively scarce compared with average children. On the one hand, she aspires that her design can contribute to enriching their limited entertainment and educational resources, and they can benefit from it.

On the other hand, she hopes this can attract more people’s attention to autistic groups. Although there is still a long way to go for designers to provide more complete and comprehensive designs to help disadvantaged groups of children in society, she believes that people’s attention and willingness to help them should be encouraged.

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Jasmine Mingjie Weng is a communication & graphic designer graduated from Emily Carr University of Art & Design in 2021, She is passionate about creating attractive, modern, and problem-solved designs and aspires to create changes and aims to create new solutions for problems through visual communication. ​ The core of Jasmine's ethos is on utilizing interdisciplinary innovation towards problem-solving, as she believes that good designs come from the collaborative efforts of a cross-functional team as the root element of creative discovery. Jasmine brings with her a unique visual communication perspective through her studies at Emily Carr University, as well as her varied experience in multiple industries. She has worked on projects spanning a number of different sectors, such as in Fashion, Health, Education, and Public Art.
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