Hello, I am

Sinan Ascioglu


I am a UX and product designer co-based in Amsterdam and Brooklyn. I specialize in helping startups and brands with social platforms and data visualization.

I am not available for work at the moment, but you can follow my updates on WorkingNotWorking, Linkedin and Twitter.

I am available for freelance work.

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simple interfaces

complex ecosystems

The more complex a project is, the more problems a wireframe can solve.

I help brands, agencies and startups tackle their challenges with user-centered design process.

Startups with exits include Hammerhead, Bond, Birdseye.

Major clients include BMW, American Express, New York Times, Verizon.

Agencies and studios include R/GA, Digitas, McGarryBowen, Method.

Karoo 2 Cycling Computer

With Hammerhead, we designed and launched Karoo2, the best cycling computer to navigate, train, and explore on two wheels.

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I am the founder of OpenProcessing, a social creative coding platform for 100,000+ artists, designers and educators to code, create, share interactive works, and teach coding in the classroom.

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Bond Handwritten Notes

I worked as Director of UX at Bond.co to enable users send physical handwritten notes from the iOS app or the website.

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Birdseye Mail App

I helped NYC based startup Dede on Birdseye, a visual email client for iPad.

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American Express

I freelanced for Digitas as ACD of Interaction Design on American Express.

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For over 3 years, I worked with KBS+ as senior UX on BMW.

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crack the numbers,
visualize the data

I design and build interactive data visualizations for various mediums including web and physical installations.

As my favorite tools are D3.js and Processing, these visualizations work on the web across many devices.

Epidemic Modeling

APACE is an epidemic modeling and visualization platform built with Yale School of Public Health.

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Visualizing OpenProcessing

Visualizing OpenProcessing is a data visualization of the activity of OpenProcessing users in 2012.

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