DESIGN PORTFOLIO OF JONATHAN HOWELL

RECENTLY PUBLISHED WORK

Sharing work is something I enjoy doing as it allows for quick and dirty feedback on things you may not have thought of prior to sharing. Some of these shots are from the work I'm doing at Twitch, freelance projects, and random one-off experiments from things I'm practicing in my spare time.

These experiments are sometimes uncomfortable not knowing exactly what I'm doing but that's something I believe helps me grow not only as a designer but also as a human being. Below all of this, you'll find in-depth case studies with more context and better insight into how I approach design solutions.

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CASE STUDIES

Sharing on design social platforms is great for quick feedback and testing out new things but there's certainly a time and a place for it. Going beyond sharing small snippets of work are in-depth case studies to get a better understanding of the process, challenges faced, and life cycle of a project from start to finish.

Addressing the challenges you encountered and how you worked through them to arrive at a particular solution is one of the best ways to understand how a person thinks and approaches design challenges. Below are a group of projects that are good examples of my most recent work and how I approach design.

MICROSOFT

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UROTO

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ASSEMBLY

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Protected: TWITCH

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