multidisciplinary designer with a focus on user experience design and art direction. reach out when you're ready to

bring the ruckus.

Hey there, I'm Evan.

I believe technology should enhance people's lives, not control them. I believe technology has the ability to empower, and the capacity to change culture. And at the core of that technology should be the user experience, and at its heart the user.

Tell me all about it.

Great work doesn't happen in isolation. It happens by engaging with users and stakeholders, and with colleagues at the whiteboard moving sticky notes around. I solve problems as a listener, a communicator, and a collaborator.

Humans are complex, and we bring that complexity to the technology we create and use every day. Compiling, interpreting, and integrating this into our work is integral to success. There are always questions to be asked and new information that will come to light. It's because of this I believe creating amazing user experiences should be collaborative, fun, and exploratory—and what we create can be powerful and effective.

So go fast and take chances, but keep the rubber side down.

Whether the experience needs to feel as familiar, comfortable, and efficient as riding a bicycle, or unconventional like pushing a toy lawnmower down a paved street—my commitment is to listening, learning, and working together to find the right solution.

Featured Work.

My work spans disciplines including User Experience Design, Visual Design, Front-end Web Development, Site Building, and Project Management. I am currently seeking a new role as a UX Designer, was most recently working on B2B and consumer web and mobile applications at Trane Technologies. For a complete picture of my capabilities, please view my resume.


Figma. Sketch. Axure. Balsamiq. Photoshop. Illustrator. InVision. Miro. Bootstrap. Coda. Jira. Asana. Git. HTML. CSS. SASS. jQuery. Pen and paper.


Wireframes. Hi-fidelity visual designs. Workflow diagrams. Sitemaps. Prototypes. Art Direction. User research and usability testing.

Get in touch.

I'm always curious to check out new projects that I can get excited about, so don't hesitate to reach out with your latest harebrained scheme or wacky concept.

I'm currently available for contract and full-time employment with a preference for direct hire, as well as select freelance work.



Evan Chute
User Experience Designer & Art Director