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You Guessed It,
That's Me

Did you know that for each and every project, I employ a pixel palette passed down from a secret order of design monks. Don't be the one missing out!

Wuddup Yo!

Thank you for taking interest in my portfolio. My name is Yaron Schoen and I am your friendly neighborhood designer waiting to save the day from Mr. Clutter and Dr. Ugly Site. I specialize in many different fields of design but my primary focus is interface design: web, mobile or anything viewable on a screen that makes you interact with it. Being in the field since '99, I have worked for companies such as AOL and Fi and have taken part in projects for companies such as National Geographic, Electronic Arts, Time Warner Cable, Travelocity, Burton, AOL, Kontain, Charity: Water and many more. Freelance and entrepreneurship are my current focus.

Couldn't Do It Alone

In order to provide my clients with the best service, I have a small team that I employ to cover as many fields as possible. Moudy Elkammash is an amazing upcoming developer that specializes in Javascript and helps me realize the designs. Justin Schantz of Left Brain Power is my business manager. He keeps me safe from all those legal documents and employs his magical organizational skills to help keep things going at a good pace. Adva Schoen is not only my partner in life, but also my partner in business. She handles all the day to day tasks of running a small business. Wouldn't be able to do it without her.


This website was created to showcase the work I have produced in the past 4 years or so, as well as my daily (or more like monthly) thoughts and expressions. The site was build upon Expression Engines, and uses Typekit and Lettering.js heavily. The main fonts are Meta serif (for body text), Proxima Nova (for the sans sprinkled here and there), and Adage Script / Unit Slab (for headers). I use a pencil and paper to spit out what is in my head, photoshop to translate it into pixels and Coda to convert pixels into interwebs. I hope you enjoy it. Feel free to send me your thoughts.

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