Who am I?

Being a creative has opened so many opportunities to be part of really great projects that have taken me to many places all over the world to work with other amazing creatives and clients in varying industries. Not one to back down from most outrageous projects, I managed to find my way into designing a world record setting lenticular wall during my time at Mario Barth’s Starlight Tattoo.

I’m currently the Web Interface Designer at Seton Hall University where my knowledge and experience in UI/UX is constantly growing with every new project since 2013.

I’ve learned so much and never thought I’d be part of the type of projects I’ve been involved in. From helping small Mom and Pop shops to designing a record breaking large lenticular wall for a globally known tattoo shop to working in higher education!

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Tools and skilled in:

User Interface / User Experience

As someone that focuses on mobile first, all my code is meant to be responsive and be used on all devices.

With more than 20 years of experience, I produce just that with a sleek, light weight, multipurpose, functioning and easy to navigate web presence that just works on all devices with my ever growing skills and tools, such as…

UI / UX Web Development

My approach

Everyone has their own workflow that works for them while mine is simply Research, Mock-Up, Create and Delivery.

  1. Research similar projects and realize the best course of action to better reach the final product.
  2. Mock-Up a simple grayscale version of the project that maps some of the functionality and ease of use.
  3. Create a functioning demo in order to show working progression and testing (a LOT of testing) until all of the dev work is ready for production.
  4. Delivery of the final project and have everyone involved in the project to run through it.

Obed Raimundo

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Where am I?

I'm currently in New Jersey, but you can find me in New York and Philadelphia as well. I'm open for relocation and/or remote work.

Want to learn?

Subscribe to my YouTube channel, where I'll be showing you how to do what I do.