Jon Parkinson

b.1988


Product Designer based in London UK. Currently at Treatwell. Previously the Lead Designer at Soho House & Co.


Originally from Leicester, I moved to London to study Illustration at Camberwell University of the Arts London. After graduating in 2010 I moved to Campeche, Mexico and worked for a British Council sponsored NGO as an in-house Designer. I’ve been back in London for over nine years and spent my time working in different areas of digital products and Product Design.

Some of the clients and companies I’ve worked for include — Albam Clothing, Alexander McQueen, Beautystack, Future Girl Corp, Intel, Pelican Trading, WAH Nails and The Woodmill Gallery.

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Recent



Treatwell
Product Design
2019—Present
Pelican Trading
Product Design Lead
2017—2018
Soho House & Co
Product Design Lead
2014—2016

Articles


4 min Icons — how to get them right the first time (without drowning in feedback)
13 min Taking small steps and getting big results at a start up

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Qualifications


2007 – 2010 BA Illustration — Camberwell University of the Arts London
2016 Product Management — General Assembly

Links


LinkedIn /jonparkinson1 — Medium /@jon.parkinson

Recognition


2018 Design Made in Germany, 2018 HTTPSTER, 2016 Mindsparkle Mag, 2016 Site Inspire, 2016 The Next Web, and 2016 Typewolf

Full client list


Albam Clothing, Alexander McQueen, Bam Boo, Beautystack, Bompas & Parr, Bow & Arrow, Fuelled Magazine, Future Girl Corp, Holy Toto, Intel, Lunar & Flo, Pelican Trading, Satila Studios, SEEN Presents, SilvaSilva, Soho House & Co, The Clipperton Project, Treatwell, WAH Nails, and The Woodmill Gallery.

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Work



Tools


Abstract, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Figma, Invision, Principle, Sketch, Zeplin.
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Get in touch


Currently looking for full-time opportunities. If you’re interested in discussing a project, get in touch.


info@jonparkinson.co.uk — London UK



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