Adam Stoddard is a generalist designer, frontend developer, and startup adviser building memorable brands and useful, human-centered products.
Adam’s been around long enough that he has a whole degree for designing stuff *not* for the Internet. Questionable life choices aside, he put those skills to use in his work, bringing the good parts of graphic design to modern digital design. It worked out. Those skills landed him some pretty sweet gigs at companies like Basecamp, Netlify, and YNAB.
His work has won those awards that you suspect might be B.S. (they are), and published in those fancy, expensive design books that you find in equally fancy, equally expensive bookstores. When he’s not designing, Adam can be found spending time with his family in Sacramento, CA, and pretending he still lives in L.A. Say hi: email, Twitter, LinkedIn.