Jonnie Hallman is a designer and developer based in Brooklyn, working at Stripe during the day and building Cushion at night.
My work focuses on building thoughtful, intuitive, and delightful interactions for the web, with a devotion to process, transparency, and sharing what I learn.
Before Stripe, I freelanced primarily for startups, focusing on animated marketing websites. For Casper, I built the homepage animations for casper.com to introduce their new sheets.
I also worked with Dropbox to build the websites for Carousel and Mailbox—their short-lived photo and email apps.
My greatest hit was the FiftyThree Pencil landing page—a collaboration with the FiftyThree team to debut their first piece of hardware.
After riding the freelance roller coaster for several years, I built my own app to bring peace of mind to freelancers by visualizing their schedule and income from a bird’s eye view.
Burning Out and Finding Stability June 4, 2019
Building the Casper homepage January 5, 2016
Building the Carousel website with Dropbox April 15th, 2014
Book Covers, Model Airplanes, and My Dad January 5th, 2014
Building the Pencil Page with FiftyThree November 21st, 2013
That’s it for now. Need more?
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