May-Li Khoe is a dancer who likes to invent new user interactions by drawing pretty pictures and wrangling with code. She recently left a long stint at Apple, where she designed and prototyped all kinds of new things to poke at. She’s now applying those same design practices toward education at the Khan Academy, where she’s experimenting with how fun interactivity and creative coding could help learning. Recently, she’s also begun exploring how to computationally generate things to wear. As a DJ, May-Li spins under the name DJ China Tu Madre with La Pelanga DJ Collective out of Oakland.