I’m Nigel Yoshida.

About Me.

Nigel Yoshida. UX, UI, Web Design.

Art and Tech are my passions

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About Me.

I’m a designer with a passion for creating meaningful experiences through design. With a background in both graphic design and front-end web development, I love using my skills and expertise to bring creative visions to life.

I take pride in being a lifelong learner, always staying up-to-date with the latest design trends and techniques. Whether it’s reading design articles, attending workshops, or collaborating with other creatives, I’m always looking for new ways to improve my skills.

My Background

Experienced Multidisciplinary

Work Experience

I have been managing, maintaining and designing the online presence for Red Hat Society for more than a decade.

I have been responsible for everything related to their website, from user interviews, user interface design and wireframing, to development, usability testing and deployment.


On top of helping out our members, I am also responsible for making sure our staff members are efficient and happy. I recently designed an admin dashboard that helped our staff service our members in less than half the time that it used to take them.


What I know

My Skills.


web design

With expertise in both front-end development and design, I create mobile-friendly designs that look good on all screen sizes.


ux design

I create user-centered designs that captivate and delight users.


ui design

I design intuitive user interfaces that aim to make complex tasks feel effortless.

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I’m up to date with all of the latest software.


I have been using Figma since the early days. Once all the cool kids switch from Sketch to Figma, I did not wan to be left out.

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator is my go-to software for most vector-based art. I am proficient in both the desktop and the iPad versions of the software.

Adobe Photoshop

I am proficient in Adobe Photoshop and use it for photo manipulation and cool effects that you can’t create with other sofware.

Front-end development

I have been doing front-end development for years. I sometimes feel like coding a site from one of my designs is like doing a puzzle.

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