Product and Brand in Austin, TX, he/him
Roy Tatum is an Austin based designer. He’s worked on everything from custom software and wearables, to websites and apps, to printed matter and visual identities. He’s worked with and for companies like Apple, Nike, Google, Equinox, Wikipedia, Target, and MasterCard.
Numbers is an Austin based design studio focused on brand identity, type design, and illustration projects for a variety of clients, from small startups, to established brands. Select clients: BandLab, Atlassian, Shopify, Wikipedia.
Leading design across brand and product for LeaseUp, a proptech startup building a CRE deal platform for tenant rep brokers.
Teaching in the Transmedia track of the Graphic Design department. Courses taught: Generative Design, Generative Typography, Typography 5: Transmedia.
Design Partner at Quarter, a product studio building software, hardware, brands, and teams for new ventures and innovation. Select clients: Google, Equinox.
Worked across Nike's digital product portfolio. Select projects: Design lead for Nike app at Retail, contributed to the Nike app design system and app redesign, art direction for the launch of Audio Guided Runs in the Nike Run Club app, contributed to the redesign of Nike.com.
Select clients: Apple, M2M.
Polyera was a material science company that developed flexible electronics. As Senior Product Designer on the UX team I worked on the operating system and companion app for Wove, a wearble device with a flexible display that wrapped around the wrist.
Worked on product design and product strategy for both client based projects and studio funded startups. Select clients: Polyera, Anki.
Worked on product and service design projects for clients like Target, The City of New York, and MasterCard.
Communication design intern supporting brand, product, and service design projects.
Summer 2021 Design Educators Typography Intensive at the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography (HMCT) at ArtCenter College of Design.
Winter 2021 Design Educators Typography Intensive at the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography (HMCT) at ArtCenter College of Design.
Summer 2020 Design Educators Typography Intensive at the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography (HMCT) at ArtCenter College of Design.
Career focused talk encouraging students to not always pick projects and clients with a clear, easy path to success.
Nike App at Retail