A typeface designer specializing in Thai & Latin. Sirin’s experience encompasses research methodology and data collection, empirical engagement, and unconventional script designs. She has constantly been developing her capabilities as a university guest lecturer, which allows her to delve profoundly into type design knowledge, pass on practical experience, and exchange perspectives with the younger generations. She voluntarily dedicates her time to disseminating type design significance, raising awareness of its influence, and inspiring public appreciation. While a former member of Cadson Demak, she actively contributed to the success of various corporate projects, particularly “Thai Font Classification,” where she transformed the traditional classification into a contemporary perspective presented at the Bangkok International Typographic Symposium. She was honored to be a workshop leader nationwide by the Typographic Association of Bangkok and the Thailand Creative and Design Center. Her knowledge-seeking nature ignited her eagerness to pursue the EsadType program at the École supérieure d’art et de design d’Amiens, where she embarked on Thai-Latin typeface family design research to help designers deal with complex typographic challenges. Her specific interests lie in multi-script usage, socio-cultural influence on and public awareness of type design, shapes and roots of languages, ways of writing type, and relevant tools or methodologies.