That’s the place where normally designers show their portfolio, but turns out I don’t really have one. That’s okay. The thing is, for the last 13 years I’ve been happy to work at the same company, and for last 10 years on the same products — Beanstalk, Postmark, DeployBot, and lately Conveyor. (You don’t want to see the work I did before starting this job in 2004.)
Over the years I had a chance to collaborate with multiple talented designers, and our whole team always has influence on design decisions (in a good, non-committee way). So in the end I can’t say that “I designed” any of our products with a straight face. I designed workflows, user interfaces, sections, elements, forms, public websites, and blogs. I also coded all of them and worked closely with developers to implement them.
Personally, I don't like portfolios filled with screenshots — they feel like a herbarium and won't provide a full picture. If for any reason you’re interested in my work, just check out our products. I’ll be delighted if you like them.
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