Hey there!

I'm a "full-stack" product designer. I've cultivated a wide skill set, which enables me to efficiently collaborate with business, creative, and engineering teams.

I'm currently available for freelance product design work. You can reach me at kyle@kylefrost.com.

The Outbound Collective - Designing a better way to find outdoor adventure across web, iOS and Andorid.

The Outbound Collective - Designing a better way to find outdoor adventure across web, iOS and Andorid.

The Outbound Collective - Designing a better way to find outdoor adventure across web, iOS and Andorid.

The Outbound Collective - Designing a better way to find outdoor adventure across web, iOS and Andorid.

The Outbound Collective - Designing a better way to find outdoor adventure across web, iOS and Andorid.

Experience

The Outbound Collective / Creative Director

Aug 2015 - Present

Simply Eloped / Design Lead

Aug 2019 - April 2020

Bolt Travel / Product Designer (freelance)

2019/2020

Better Place Forests / Product Designer (freelance)

2019

Borrowed & Blue / Senior Product Designer

Mar 2017 - Nov 2018

Smartshoot / Product Designer

2014 - 2017

Bloodhound / Product Designer

2013 - 2014

Skillset

My skills lie primarily in the realm of product design and UI/UX. However, having worked at several small and scrappy companies, I've gained significant experience in SEO (growing one site to over 1M monthly uniques), email marketing (helping transition to sendgrid and sending 1.8M emails a month), copywriting/social/content, and many more of random skills that come in handy at a startup.

I have a strong working knowledge of backend systems, which is extremely helpful when communicating with engineers. I'm comfortable using git and often pushing production code. I have experience with a Rails stack and *some* exposure to Vue.

These are a few of my favorite things: 
Figma, Webflow, VS Code, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Optimize, Metabase, Loom, Airtable, Hotjar, and probably a few more I'm forgetting.

Side Projects

Another Puffy Jacket

A fun #nocode project I built in the fall as a holiday buyers guide. I used Webflow for the front-end and controlled the CMS via a combination of Airtable and Zapier. While originally just designed to showcase my personal recommendations, it was easy to modify to allow community submissions.

Find Outdoor Jobs

My first foray into #nocode was a job board...obviously. Submissions, tagging, featured tags by cost, etc. A great way to learn more about a few platforms and how they can connect.