Grant Staublin

An independent product designer
 and front-end developer living in the mountains of Western Massachusetts.

Note: This photo is from Acadia National Park. Not Western Mass.

Most recently, I was a member of the small team that created and launched Uniform, a design system for Hudl. On the project, I lead css development, and ensured the underlying markup for our React components was semantic and adhered to accesibility standards. I wrangled some jsx code here and there, as well.

Prior to Hudl, I worked at Upstatment where I designed, wrote front end code and ran projects working with great clients like The Hechinger Report, Storey Publishing, and The Nieman Foundation.

Before jumping into client services, I worked at the Boston Globe, where I was a designer and front end developer on editorial projects for BostonGlobe.com and Boston.com.

And since we're talking history, I was also an editorial designer and art director for newspapers and magazines, once upon a time.

I'm mostly friendly. I enjoy coffee, music and running, as well as my dog and my wife; not in that order, though.

I love challenges of all shapes and sizes. If you have a challenge, I might be able to help. Let's chat.