Design Innovation = Multidisciplinary human-centered design + Social impact
    Thi's creative practice focuses on design for social good through multidisciplinary and systematic human-centered design. She is fascinated
about defying underlying problems either in design or in the community and testing different design methods during the process of synthesizing research and ideation. Because "Everything is connected", Thi always tries find connections among different disciplines such as entrepreneurship, psychology, philosophy, and anthropology to elevate her design practices. Innovative design is not about what we create but fulfilling what have been missing.
    Her artistic side embraces the love for typography and editorial design. Typography is our verbal language translated into a physical format. It not only depicts a form of art—type anatomy but also a manner—type personality. Typography is our culture, a reflection of how we think, how we talk to one another, and our aesthetic perspective.
Designers are entrepreneurs, scientists, social workers, students, teachers, and citizens. We're responsible for the impact we make in our community. Designers don't create posters. We create awareness. We don't design an exhibit. We design education. Designers are the voice and the expression of the community. In other to do that, we need to learn from our communities and to work collaboratively with people from different industries. 
Contemporary Dance
     Thi spent five years practicing modern and contemporary dance, in which she studied the relationships between human and space, the artificial and neutrality through different forms of expression such as gravity, breath, and qualities of movement. Dance has given her the sensibility to see the world (as content) and its relationship with human objectivity (as form), and how it facilitates human connection with others and within the space.