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dustinsenos/README.md

Hi, I’m Dustin Senos (he/him). 👋

A goal to enrich peoples’ lives through engineering and design has driven me to create digital products for more than a decade.

I spend my days at The Browser Company of New York as a product designer. We’re building a better browser so your time on the internet is more enjoyable. You should leave your email if you’d like to know when we launch.

Before The Browser Company, I started a digital product studio taking on design, product, and prototyping work. Previously, I was the Head of Design at Medium, a platform where Barack Obama, Tony Hawk, and everyday people share thoughts and stories. Before Medium, I was a Software Engineer at Walt Disney and oversaw a team of engineers building the game engine for Club Penguin, a virtual world inhabited by millions of children.

To build skill and gain perspective, I take on projects in various verticals that are interesting and challenging. Below is a selection of projects I've worked on:

  • Lead a redesign for the The White House to revamp the We The People platform to increase the quality of submitted petitions.
  • Lead the design for the launch of TechCrunch's Extra Crunch premium membership.
  • Lead the product and design for IFTTT's partner dashboard and feedback systems.
  • Helped design the first eero (acquired by Amazon) iOS app and onboarding experience.
  • Hosted an on-site design sprint for Figure1 to increase user engagement.
  • Branded and helped design Talkshow's (acquired by Medium) iOS app.
  • Lead the redesign of LaunchKit's (acquired by Google) various tools.
  • Co-engineered a social site for Samsung to accompany a new mobile phone launch.
  • Consulted with Dreamworks to suggest improvements for a virtual world.
  • Lead the design for Feminist Frequency to improve brand presence and increase donations.
  • Lived in the Sierra Nevada Foothills for a month and donated design and product consulting to a nature conservancy.

I also ship personal projects like Out of Office Hours, Wallcat, and LittleIpsum. I have a bit of open source software on Github which I wrote for Twitter and Medium.

I’m semi-active on Twitter and Instagram, and publish longer thoughts on Medium. I'm often reading and have recently listed the books I'm reading, read, and soon to start.

Various small, ongoing projects:

  • Sharemark — An email publishing platform.
  • Articles.page — An updating list of evergreen articles in response to events at work, such as "I need to setup a career path framework."
  • Mixtape Songs — Currently a collection of friends' "Favorite ten albums from the last ten years." lists.

Select writing:

As a personal goal I’ve challenged myself to speak in front of groups of strangers:

Popular repositories

  1. bonzo Public

    Forked from ded/bonzo

    library agnostic, extensible DOM utility

    JavaScript 3 1

  2. Forked from Medium/snowflake

    Medium's engineering growth visualization tool

    JavaScript 1

  3. Forked from gamebox/node-foursquare

    Foursquare API v2 for NodeJS

    JavaScript 1

  4. node-apn Public

    Forked from node-apn/node-apn

    Apple Push Notification module for Node.js

    JavaScript

  5. Forked from lionheart/LHSKeyboardAdjusting

    An easy-to-use utility that will automatically resize / adjust views whenever a keyboard appears.

    Objective-C

  6. Forked from fphilipe/PHFComposeBarView

    Compose bar from iOS 7 Messages.app

    Objective-C 1

338 contributions in the last year

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May 2022

11 contributions in private repositories May 9 – May 13

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