Zack Baumel, Designer in San Francisco, CA, United States
Zack Baumel

Designer in San Francisco, CA, United States

Member since July 29, 2019
Zack is a senior UI/UX designer and Webflow developer with more than a decade of experience in the field. He has designed applications and developed websites for companies like Rivian, Marriott, and Caterpillar and hundreds of startups and small business clients through platforms like Toptal. A life-long artist and musician, Zack seeks opportunities to shape the world by providing comprehensive, intelligent design solutions for companies that create a positive impact in their communities.
Zack is now available for hire

Portfolio

Digital Design

Employment

  • Senior Lead Product Designer

    2021 - PRESENT
    Rivian
    • Designed the platform for employee use cases, ranging from vehicle telematics to manufacturing logistics.
    • Designed a web application to create, manage, and deploy over-the-air updates to fleets of vehicles.
    • Designed the fleet management software to scale to millions of vehicles and IoT devices.
    • Contributed to a comprehensive design system for use across all platforms.
    • Managed a team of designers and design producers to exceed KPIs.
    Technologies: Figma, Sketch, Adobe CC, Slack, Zoom, SharePoint, Miro, InVision, Marvel, HTML UI, Webflow, Webflow CMS
  • Lead UX/UI Product Designer

    2021 - PRESENT
    Rivian
    • Handled Rivian's mobility management platform, led the design for new features, user testing, and implementation.
    • Performed user testing with target customers and internal engineers to validate and iterate on features.
    • Implemented the UI and design system components and worked closely with engineers to develop the production platform.
    Technologies: Figma, Sketch

Education

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Design
    2005 - 2009
    The Art Institute - Philadelphia, PA

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Location

San Francisco, CA, United States

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