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Eric White
Designer
1726 W 11th St. Unit A
Austin, TX 78703
323.360.5797
ewhiteart@gmail.com

PORTFOLIO
EricCleaverWhite.com

SUMMARY
Hands-on design lead and creative strategist with deep experience building products and brands. Full-stack design experience includes concept through execution: information architecture, ux strategy, wire-framing, prototypes, ui and visual design. Design sprint and agile enthusiast – thrives in fast-paced, collaborative, multi-disciplinary work environments.

SKILLS & EXPERTISE
Sketch, Invision and Adobe Creative Suite. Experience with agile process and management via Atlassian products. Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, Javascript.

WORK EXPERIENCE
Design Lead / Mutual Mobile (11/2016 – Present)
Multiple mobile app design projects from ground-floor strategy and UX planning and documentation through interaction and visual design. Working closely with clients and in-house developers in agile environment.

Freelance UX/UI Design (5/2016 – 11/2016)
Various design projects for mobile and web.

Design Lead / Atlas Wearables (1/2015 – 5/2016)
UX strategy and design of device firmware and mobile apps. Hands-on UI design for mobile and web. Visual design and brand development across multiple disciplines and media.

Freelance Creative (5/2014 – 12/2014)
High Wide & Handsome, moved from CA to TX

Creative Director / CollierSimon (1/2012 – 5/2014)
Integrated campaigns, UX/UI and brand dev for multiple clients

Freelance Creative (11/2010 – 1/2012)
CollierSimon, North Social, High Wide & Handsome

Digital Creative Director / Dailey (5/2008 – 11/2010)
Integrated campaigns, UX/UI and brand dev for multiple clients. Managed team of 5 and interfaced consistently with client while implementing large online campaigns.

Freelance Creative (11/2007 – 4/2008)
Veoh Networks, Dailey

Associate Creative Director / Ignited (2003 – 2007)
Integrated campaigns and brand dev for multiple clients

EDUCATION
Academy of Art College, San Francisco / 1994 BFA in Design
San Diego State University (1988 – 1990) Liberal Arts