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Jared Christensen is a graphic designer specializing in bespoke, artisanal, single origin, grass fed, fixed gear, and slow roasted apps & websites for clients of all sizes. Currently a Principal UX Designer at projekt202, Jared is capable within a wide range of tactical and big-picture design tasks.

A little bit more about Jared. Like anyone cares.

Jared is passionate about making sure that systems, interfaces, language and graphics are human-friendly, emotive, aesthetically pleasing, clear, on-brand and usable — with a touch of mellow smoothness. He has worked in a variety of environments, from mega-consultancies to small-ish agencies to product companies. From workflow diagrams to detailed user interface mockups, Jared loves shaping and crafting on-screen experiences.

When Jared is not being a jerk by forgetting to label his Photoshop layers, eating all the office candy, and showing up for work on time every day (so annoying), he enjoys never being satisfied with his own work, sci-fi, music, photography, movies, toast, and throwing down in fisticuffs with CSS.

Jared at the office
Above: Bespoking the crap out of an app.

This website uses things.

This website has been running on Textpattern—a free open source content management system—since 2004. It is the bomb diggity, the bee's knees, the cat’s pajamas, and other outdated idioms.

All fonts are served by Google. It's this startup in California. Have you heard of it? NTR is the sans-serif typeface primarily used for headlines, and Lora is the serif typeface used primarily for body copy.