Professor Linh Dao specializes in interaction design and considers identity discourses essential for theorizing the development and implementation of creative and emerging technologies. Her research interests focus on emigration, immigration, and migration, minority equality and accessibility. Among her design awards are the Indigo Design Award, the Graphic Design USA Award, and the Creative Quarterly Design Category Award. She has worked with clients such as the American Cancer Society, Nonprofit New York, Rutgers’s National Institute for Early Education Research, the New York Historic District Council, and the GLBT+ Historical Society Museum in San Francisco. Her work has been shown at the AIGA Design Conference, AIGA DEC Symposium, the Institute for Art and Innovation in Berlin, Germany, the University of Texas at Tyler, and the Imperial Centre for the Arts and Sciences.