Parisa is a product designer with a rich educational background, holding an MSc in Human-Centred Interactive Technologies from the University of York and a Master's in Architecture from Shiraz University.

Parisa's journey from user-centric architectural design to human-computer interaction reflects her commitment to creating intuitive, user-friendly products. Her work is a testament to her skill in merging technology with art, which is evident in her award-winning project, a silver prize in the International Design Award (IDA) for jewelry design.

At the University of York, her dissertation, "Exploring the Relationship between Environmental Cues and Coffee Taste Perception in Virtual Reality Settings," showcased her innovative approach to VR projects and highlighted her proficiency in user research and her passion for VR and immersive technology.

As a product designer, Parisa enjoys blending technology and art that positively impacts everyday life.