Annette Cheung is a product designer & a photographer currently designing experiences at The New Yorker. Formerly at IBM & Kontrapunkt.

As a product designer, I aim to create beautiful digital experiences that unify form and function. I believe that memorable products are grounded in research, driven by strategy, and evoke compelling, visual stories. I am excited about opportunities where I can contribute collaboratively and iteratively on projects within multi-disciplinary teams.  

As a photographer, I aim to capture the expressive, emotional qualities of people and the visceral beauty of my surroundings. I am particularly interested in work that investigates the complex and vibrant narratives of people, places, and experiences.

Selected works ↴

Coming soon: On Borrowed Time

A digital anthology on the collective identity and memory of Hong Kong


Collection II


IBM P-TECH Career Readiness Toolkit

Helping teachers bring career readiness learning to the classroom



A photo project capturing P-TECH across Brazil, Morocco, and Taiwan.


Collection I


IBM C.School

A learning platform designed for IBM Communications and Citizenship


italiaDesign—11th Edition

An in-depth study into Italian design, history, and culture