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Hi, my name is Jeremy Dizon.


I'm a visual & UX designer who loves comic books.

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Hi, my name is Jeremy Dizon.


I'm a visual & UX designer who loves comic books.

Not a typical designer.

Most designers hold a Bachelor of Arts in a creative major, but I actually graduated as an engineer from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, with a graphic communication minor.

I started my professional career as a maintenance manager at a manufacturing plant. After a year, I became a customer service representative at a family owned printing company.

Life is a classroom.

While working in different industries, I enrolled in an online design school in New York and worked after my 9-to-5 to complete a Master's Certificate in Design.

I'm currently continuing my design education and honing my production design skills at Google and before that was optimizing for the best possible eCommerce customer experience at Symantec (you know, The Norton).

I'm a nerd at heart.

I've always enjoyed reading comic books because of the way they master combining a compelling story with stunning visual artwork, and allowing my imagination to run wild.

You can say it inspires me to create fun, innovative solutions with user experience at the forefront. Creativity is everywhere and I find inspiration in everything from the pages of my comic books to the design of a Starbucks coffee cup.

 

 

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My Case Studies


I've compiled a number of examples of my work into two collections: User Experience and Visual Design. Each project has more information about the request, the strategy I used to create the solution, the project deliverable which includes mockups, actual code, or live links, and the result of the project.

My Case Studies


I've compiled a number of examples of my work into two collections: User Experience and Visual Design. Each project has more information about the request, the strategy I used to create the solution, the project deliverable which includes mockups, actual code, or live links, and the result of the project.