Freddie Sukprasong

Freddie Sukprasong

Product Design (UX & UI) in Berlin, he/him


Product Designer with 4+ years crafting enjoyable experiences to drive impact through design. Now mentoring and leading Product Design process cross-teams.

Work Experience

2022 — Now
Amsterdam (Remote)

Teach in workshops/bootcamps on how to translate research insights into design challenges, brainstorm the solutions, plan and test the prototype, and pitch the projects to stakeholders.

2022 — 2023
Berlin, Germany
  • End-to-end design and discovery projects, focusing on content discovery
  • Collaborate with the PM in quarterly planning
  • Mentor UX Researchers and Designers on research best practices and translating insights to actions
  • Establish product design process in the new team
2021 — 2021
Berlin, Germany
  • In charge of auditing existing design components to set up the design system
  • Designed UI from concepts by PMs and POs (website, web app, and mobile app)
2020 — 2021
Berlin, Germany
  • Led end-to-end UX/UI projects and collaborate cross-department
  • Boosted 30% user activity in 1st testing round of a project
  • In charge of planning and executing all the generative & evaluative research projects within the company
  • Collaborated with stakeholders on research insights and data for strategy
  • Set up & maintained the research repository

Main projects: gamification, community design, social sharing

2018 — 2020
Illustrator & Researcher at Freelance
  • Digital and hand-drawn illustrations for branding and publishing, held two solo exhibitions & participated in two internationals
  • Guided, collaborated, and led research projects with teams of professors and multidisciplinary researchers from drafting to final publication of the papers
2015 — 2017
Bangkok, Thailand
  • Led an ethnographic research project on farmers’ debt in central Thailand. I applied multiple ethnographic methods to collect the data and empathise deeply with the locals. The research findings, which suggested policy changes, was presented to the public as well as governmental officers.
  • As an extended side project of the research, I also applied the design thinking method to find the creative solutions for the social problem. As a result, I helped the farmers add value to their products through brand design.




Design Leadership for Business at Parsons School of Design - The New School

Design thinking; Economic and cultural context of design; Design leadership and management; Design and innovation for sustainable business; Futures and foresight


2013 — 2015
Leuven, Belgium

Design Anthropology; Ethnographic Research; Architectural Anthropology; Childhood Studies; Ethnographic Filmmaking

2008 — 2012
Bangkok, Thailand

Social Organisation; Linguistic Anthropology; Culture Areas; Psychological Anthropology