I'm a writer and content strategist at Facebook where I focus on making interfaces for businesses easier to use and jargon-free. In my spare time, I dabble in photography, occasionally write about language for The Guardian, and collect ephemera on my blog. Previously, I travelled around the world working on Contentini, a boutique web agency I co-founded.
I'm a co-founder at The Design Gym, based in NYC. We teach a design based methodology for creative problem solving, and put real people's needs at the center of new businesses, services, and products. You can find me tweeting here and writing here.
I'm Partner & Creative Director at Collective Ray with a passion for both technology and simplicity. Currently living and working in San Francisco, CA. Previously: Disqus, Sourcebits, and Mutual Mobile. Check out some of my recent work on Dribbble.
I'm an interaction designer and developer finishing up studies at Carnegie Mellon University before joining the Google Chrome design team. Previously, I've worked at Mozilla and LearnBoost, both pushing pixels and writing code. I think technology should help regular people do meaningful things.
I'm author of the book Design for Hackers, which debuted at #18 on Amazon. I travel the world speaking about design and entrepreneurship and I write at kadavy.net, for the Design for Hackers newsletter, and in short-form at @kadavy. Previously I freelanced for clients such as oDesk, PBworks, and UserVoice, and founded the design departments at a couple of Silicon Valley startups.
I'm the co-director of the Designer Fund. Previously I was a designer at venture capital funds including 500 Startups, Facebook’s fbFund & Venrock. As a Bay Area Native and Stanford University alum, I continue to teach at the Stanford d.school.
I'm co-founder and design lead at Lean Startup Machine and creator of Validation Board. I'm also Lean UX coach for The White House and Wharton UPenn. I fight for the users, push pixels, tweet and write code. See me speak at the upcoming LeanUX Conference.
I'm a writer and designer from Brooklyn, living in Baltimore. I'm the co-founder of The Industry (a design publication) and Evomail (an iPad email app). I advise companies here and there. In the past I've worked with TED and Treehouse to promote creativity.
Speaker & Visual/UI Designer living in beautiful San Francisco, California. Partner at Collective Ray. Working on Luxogram & Loggg. Creator of 4cast.me, StratusApp, iOS Settings Shortcuts & NoMoreBanding.com.
I'm a product designer & builder currently working on the discovery team at Square. We focus on helping buyers discover sellers and providing useful analytics to both. I also run Designers + Geeks, a fun community of artists, designers and technologists in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles. You can find me on Twitter.
I design & build digital products. I was trained in print design & typography by old Swiss guys with white beards, but these days I mainly work with startups in London and San Francisco like Makeshift Prismatic and The Amazings.
I am a cofounder at Awkward, where I design and build simple and beautiful products. When I'm not adjusting pixels and tweeting cool stuff I find, I can be found playing battlefield or changing dirty diapers in my living room.
I'm a self-taught Designer & Writer. I spent 12 years as a business designer but now spend my days doing what I love best: coding, writing and designing. I'm currently the Editor at Treehouse, Co-Founder of Execute Ventures, Owner of Jenius Factory, and Author of Execute. I also co-host the Happy Monday Podcast with Sarah Parmenter.
I'm a designer and frontend developer at GitHub. I like to think of myself as an open source advocate with a big heart for making mockups in markup. I spend a lot of my time speaking at conferences and volunteering to teach (more) women to code.
I'm a designer and developer working for Nodejitsu. Previously helped numerous startups such as XHTMLized, Future Simple or AdTaily. I discovered a passion for teaching by speaking at conferences along with editing and writing for Smashing Magazine. I also ramble and shoot.
I'm a designer of digital products in my late 20’s who is little too into simplicity and pixel-perfection. I studied interactive visual imaging and photography in Missouri, and somehow ended up in foggy San Francisco designing things with unbelievably talented teams such as Fitbit, Pinterest, Zendesk, and One Kings Lane.
I'm a designer hacker studying at Stanford University working on enabling more people to design and code. I love food, frontend wizardry, and pulling all-nighters on side projects like Brandseen and XKCDGraphs.
I grew up in rural southern Illinois, which is to say, I grew up on the internet. I've been writing code since middle school and hacking data since I joined the Google Analytics team right out of college. After that, I helped build three startups in the disparate realms of social networks, ecommerce, and online gaming, but found striking similarities in terms of what sorts of analytics infrastructure we needed. We started Keen IO in 2012 to distill those principles into a developer API, once and for all.
I'm a freelance illustrator, designer and aspiring coder living in Brooklyn. I've done work for ESPN, The Onion, Mashable and others. I write for McSweeney's and the Society for News Design. I've helped build sites to shame people into voting and to keep track of your members of congress.
I'm a freelance designer and illustrator based between Durham (UK) and NYC, where I work alongside the amazing people at Studiomates. I like to travel, and usually work as I go. Having fun is my number one favourite thing.
I'm the Visual/UI Designer for Kloudless in beautiful Berkeley, and an east coast transplant who has fallen in love with San Francisco—a topic I tweet about. I strive for user-friendliness in my work and enjoy both sharing and expanding my knowledge of design. Find my latest stuff on dribbble!
I’m the founder of Bjango, an indie Mac and iOS developer. I’m also a designer. I co-host a podcast called Iterate with Rene Ritchie and Seth Clifford. Sometimes I write articles about design for Bjango’s website. I occasionally write for Smashing Magazine and speak at conferences.
I'm a designer at Hipmunk. Previously, I was pushing pixels and disturbing the peace at Drawbridge, Citrix Systems and IBM Interactive. On my weekends, I try to write code to justify the three semesters of computer science I once did. I grew up in Toronto where I went to design school at York University. You can see some of my really old work here or find me on twitter.
I'm a design technologist living in San Francisco. I have worked for companies such as Adaptive Path, Method and Current TV and worked with clients including the United Nations, Samsung, Adobe, TED.com and Foodspotting. I am a long-time supporter of open source and has several of his own including Frank, Iconic and Cue. Follow me on Twitter.
I'm a Product Designer living in San Francisco & Chicago. I created a design studio in 2007 that worked directly with the founders of Threadless, Fast Company and Boxee to create products. In 2010 I left the studio and started MyZeus, a small consumer internet product focused on solving problems around movie viewing experiences online. MyZeus was acquired by Groupon in 2012. Working on small menswear hard goods line named Jon Barley and Qio.me in 2013. Stay up to date on my projects through Twitter.
I'm a product designer living in Osaka, Japan. I split my time between working on my own projects (such as Folyo, Telescope, and Sidebar) and consulting for clients all over the world, including companies such as Hipmunk, RubyMotion, and Codecademy.
Having roots in traditional art, I jumped into the world of design as an undergrad at RIT. I've honed my understanding of UX and UI at places like Yahoo! and DeviantART. Now, as an alumni of TechStars Cloud, I'm continuing to learn and grow as Director of UX & UI at Graphicly. I post photos of life in Colorado and occasionally shots of what I'm creating.
I’m an all-round web guy (part designer, part developer), chronic sentence shortener, perpetual builder.
Whitney Hess leads an international user experience consultancy called Vicarious Partners and is the author of the popular blog Pleasure and Pain. Her life’s mission is to put humanity back into business.
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