Valerie Loh is a user experience designer, image curator, frontend developer, copywriter, and entrepreneur in Singapore


Valerie, in short, is a one-woman creative agency


Valerie started her career in interactive design 2008 at OgilvyOne as part of the Ogilvy and Mather family. During her years in OgilvyOne, Valerie was a key member of the creative team and designed for global brands such as Diageo (Johnnie Walker), IBM, Lenovo, Cisco and many, many more. Her passion for discovering new ways to bring interactivity to the next level won her industry accolades and nominations such as The Webby Awards and more.

Valerie believes that no user experience is complete without fine aesthetics. To that end, Valerie also is an excellent art director and strategist, with a sharp, intuitive sense when it comes to unpacking her clients' requirements and translating them into functional and stylish products and experiences that hits all the right notes. Valerie is also highly sought after for her eye in curating photography. In 2017, she was invited by Unsplash to join an exclusive invite-only global team to curate and select photography for their official collections. 

Not content with just designing, Valerie is also a competent self-taught HTML/CSS developer. She is also comfortable in working with JS and Python. In fact, she enjoys coding for pleasure and dreams of becoming a full-stack developer someday.

Valerie is also an able copywriter, majoring in English with a minor in Psychology. Clients appreciate her innate ability to create copy that is emotive as it is compelling. 

See, a one-woman creative agency.