Manny Ikomi

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  • @manny
  • UX Designer
  • He/Him/His
  • Boston, MA
Design Thinker, Lifetime Learner, Digital Craftsman.
Joining IBM as an Associate Designer (UX) in Spring 2022
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Positions

Product Designer 🦄

  • Freelance
  • Jan 2021 - Present

UX Design, No-Code Productivity Consultant

  • Optemization
  • Aug 2021 - Present

Graphic Designer, Production Artist

  • Mystic Parker Printing
  • Jun 2014 - Jan 2021

Manny's Collections

My 2021 Highlights

10 Highlights

🎩 Design

9 Highlights

🧠 Notion

3 Highlights

👾 Twitch Stream

6 Highlights

🎙 Podcast

11 Highlights

✊🏽🏳️‍🌈 Activism

3 Highlights

What Manny's working on

What Manny's working on

2021

Dec 27, 2021
Dec 27, 2021
Joined a stream team
I joined a group of diverse tech streamers from across the world streaming all aspects of science, tech, software and game development — with a focus on being friendly and welcoming to all.

https://theclaw.team/mannimoki
Dec 03, 2021
Dec 03, 2021
Accepted Job Offer
I'm excited to officially announce that I said yes to IBM! I will be joining IBMiX as an Associate Designer (UX) next spring 2022 after graduation from Lesley University! 🥳
Nov 26, 2021
Nov 26, 2021
Published a podcast episode
Produced a Podcast
Nov 03, 2021
Oct 15, 2021
Oct 15, 2021
Published a podcast episode
Produced a Podcast
Oct 04, 2021
Oct 04, 2021
User Research
Designed a Survey

I designed a survey to kick-off my research project on LGBTQ+ economics and financial literacy.

https://forms.gle/Gt227emaJFNK3NEs7
Hypothesis
The lack of comprehensive financial literacy education disproportionately affects LGBTQ+ people which further perpetuates socio-economic disparities. This combined with a lack of quality-intersectional-SOGI data (sexual orientation and gender data) make it difficult for researchers to identify these problems and legislators/businesses to come up with solutions.

My research aims to fill this gap and ultimately design a solution that improves LGBTQ+ economic prosperity. I will be asking participants questions about their experiences with money, financial literacy and socio-economic status.
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