User-Interaction designer at Statusdigital | UX | Graphic
Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom
Hyo Jun Jeon currently works at Status Digital Marketing Limited Hyo Jun studied at Northumbria University and Hyo Jun is located at Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom.
User Interaction Designer at Status Digital Marketing Limited
Freelance, Bucketstudio, Bucketstudio
Master of Arts (M.A.), Multidisciplinary Innovation@Northumbria University
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