I see God as Jesus because I have a relationship with him but I know he is party of a trinity.
Only a Christian would see God as a trinity because the Bible teaches God is a trinity of persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Even though God is three persons it would be logical to see God as an individual person because all three are not the same person, to think of God can be focused on any one of His three persons.
If you are not a Christian, it doesn't matter whatever god you "see" or how you "see" him as that god is a false god so however you see him it is a figment of your imagination.
If you believe in God it isn't important how you "see" him, what's important is if you are believing in the true God as revealed to us in the Bible otherwise you are "seeing" a false god, a creation of your imagination.
The doctrine of the Trinity is not arrived at in one single verse in the Bible but by looking at the whole of scripture. It is the doctrine that there is only one God and not three, and that the one God exists in three persons: Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. When it comes to understanding the trinity I found this helpful: http://www.evangelicaloutreach.org/images/trinity-...