Over the summer of 2019, I was an associate product manager at Hulu! I worked on a variety of projects over the summer including

  • Improving naming across Hulu collections
  • Leading a project on developing product strategy/vision for content discovery
  • Leading development of an automatic content filtering feature

This required me to work with cross functional partners in On Channel Marketing, UX Research, and Data Science to research and launch experiments to help create a framework around better collection naming schemas. This laddered into Hulu's biggest redesign in 2020, Compass!

Some friends and I :')
Some friends and I :')

My second project was focused on developing product strategy for how Hulu's content discovery experience could evolve in the next couple years. I worked with 2 design interns and one research intern to do focus sessions, research studies, and prototype out features based on the strategy we developed. Ultimately, we presented to and got alignment from Hulu's VP of Product, and got our recommendations added to the roadmap!

The last project I worked on was with 5 other engineers to develop a feature to flag and skip sensitive content — this involved writing an algorithm to detect epileptic content, training a machine learning model to detect nudity, and creating a user flow for how scenes would be skipped. I was in charge of creating and prioritizing the feature requirements and the user flow! Our project received a lot of interest from the research team in Beijing and we handed off the work to them to complete development at the end of the summer.