Frank Johnson

A digital & physical designer

based out of NYC & DC

making websites & furniture.

Frank in front of the bar cart he made.

I build all kinds of things, and I try to make them delightful to use. Take this category picker below, which I built for a company history site:

It's fun to click, right? I try to put that spirit of disciplined simplicity and happy detail in everything I do, whether it's a user interface, a bar cart, or a brand.

I'm looking for new work in any design field right now, so please reach out or visit my Codepen to see more of my web work.

I've made some websites! Check out the list:

See My Apps

My Work

Iridium Satellite

Marketing Coordinator | August 2017 – August 2019

At Iridium Satellite I worked on every facet of marketing. I designed a rocket launch patch. I helped organize and manage the enterprise Wordpress CMS with 300+ products, 1700+ documents, and 1000+ users. I took all product photography, and led our Google Analytics and Data Studio reporting.

This team has supported all the growth of my young career and given me the chance to build my confidence as a professional. I couldn't be more grateful.

Ashé: An Artists Collective

Art & Business Adviser | January 2018 – Present

Ashé is a new organization dedicated to supporting dancers, founded by two fellow OSU alumni. I've helped them form the gameplan for the business as well as run a blog and an Instagram account. I make most of the feature art and merchandise designs, and I recently creating a series of ad videos with After Effects.

Furniture Designs

Gifts & Commissions | June 2017 – Present

I've been making furniture occasionally over the last three years. It's been a really rewarding creative outlet, being able to make useful things for myself and my loved ones. It's also been a way to learn new skills from my friends and family.

I do take commissions if you are interested in me building you a piece in the eastern half of the US.

Family Christmas Posters

Gifts for Nieces & Nephews | December 2018

I made these posters for my nieces and nephews because though I don't get to see my nieces and nephews as much as I would like, I wanted them to know how much I think about and love them.

I tried to capture some element of their personality that they might not recognize in themselves and give it an image, with the hope that they could maybe see it someday and be proud of themselves. I made them all with Adobe Illustrator and printed them on 11 x 17 poster prints.