We design things and make them come to life.
Type/Code is a studio of designers and developers who invent, communicate, build, and refine. We collaborate with ambitious clients who want to bring powerful ideas to life.
We find clever solutions to hard problems. We love to immerse ourselves in new domains. We strive to make complicated things beautifully intuitive and powerfully functional.
- » Domain Research
- » Information Architecture
- » Prototyping/R&D
- » User Experience Analysis
- » Creative Strategy
- » Website/App Design
- » Mobile Web/App Design
- » Data Visualization
- » Branding & Identity
- » Print & Motion Design
- » Django, Wordpress, etc
- » Mobile Web Development
- » Backend Development
- » Secret Sauce
Matt is a software developer from Bethesda, MD who came to New York by way of Cleveland (where he stopped at Case Western Reserve University to earn a BS in Computer Science) to build backend C++ services for Bloomberg, LP. Matt eventually moved on to pursue his entrepreneurial spirit and helped co-found and build a platform that helps small charities raise money on the web. Once he saw the view from the Type/Code studio, he never left. When he's not coding, Matt likes running, drinking tea, reading, and making turkey sandwiches.
Partner, Lead UI Developer
Lev is a Russia-born, NYC-raised developer who’s been building websites and applications for several years. He studied Design & Technology at Parsons School of Design, where his fascination with interactive visual things transformed into a passion for bringing them to life through code. Lev now teaches classes at Parsons when he can sneak away from Type/Code, and his most recent interest has him fine-tuning a number of delicious Stir Fry dishes.
Peter is currently an undergraduate student at Parsons School of Design, majoring in Design & Technology, and somehow also finds time to take additional classes at Cooper Union on the side. He has a deep and growing interest in both interaction design and computer programming. Outside of school and work, Peter loves playing soccer and boxing.
Digital Art Director
During most of her time as a designer, Erica has explored the relationship between storytelling and design through web development and video. For her, design is about packaging widespread information into meaningful events. Before joining Type/Code, Erica worked as a designer at Pentagram—creating integrated, multimedia brand experiences. Prior to working with the Pentagram, she worked at the Yale University School of Medicine in the dual roles of patient care and brand identity consultant for private sectors within the university.
Founding Partner, Creative Director
Zeke has been designing digital experiences for over ten years, with projects ranging from consumer and enterprise web applications to digital brand experiences, for both ambitious start-ups and Fortune 500 companies. When he’s not drafting product flows on the whiteboard or pushing pixels around, Zeke can be found screen printing, beer brewing, rock climbing and backpacking.
Founding Partner, Technical Director
With nearly a decade of experience building software, Andrew loves crafting clean, scalable code that’s as elegant as the user interface it supports. While he’s well-versed in building business-focused products, his favorite projects explore ways to bring art to life through technology. He’s an efficiency fiend, too, whether he’s leading development on a big project, setting up a new server, or racing one of his many bikes. (Don’t get him started.)
Molly is originally from California. She worked as a visualization research assistant at the Spatial Histories Lab while studying Fine Art at Stanford. After Stanford she spent time as an analyst in an advertising firm, and as a studio assistant in letterpress and printing studios, eventually moving across the country and joining the Type/Code team. She now lives in the East Village and misses the mountains and the Pacific, just a little.
Partner, Creative Director
Don’t let his psych degree from Princeton fool you – Ian’s a creative through and through. He’s got a decade of interaction and graphic design experience under his belt, and it’s perfectly complemented by his studies at the intersection of behavioral economics, consumer psychology and branding. Before partnering up at Type/Code, he led design projects for some of the nation’s leading architects, like Michael Graves, Richard Meier and KPF.