SCOTT PROCTOR DESIGN IS

An independent designer based out of Portland, Oregon.

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BACKGROUND CHECK

When i’m not working on a project, chances are i’m out skiing, surfing, or chasing waterfalls.

For the past six years, I’ve worked with brands in the outdoor/action sports industry to cultivate authentic, compelling, cohesive visual identities and digital experiences. In 2018, I created my studio and now consult directly with companies and individuals ranging from small, locally-owned ski shops to globally renowned brands. Previously, I worked as Co-Founder at The Locals Project, leading the team to produce holistic media-driven campaigns. My work has been recognized for its innovation by Apple, Adobe, Outside Magazine, Powder Magazine, Freeskier, Adventure Journal and Teton Gravity Research.

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Professional Services

Visual Design
Branding & Identity
Web Design
Mobile Design
Print Design
Illustration

Weapons Of Choice

Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Indesign
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe After Effects
Wordpress
Sketch

Things I Love

Powder Days
Cold Beer
Dawn Patrol
Making Lists
Cold Water Surf
Mom & Dad
Runners High
Top Gun

Things I Hate

Decaf
Slow Drivers
"Quick" Logos
Sandy Bedsheets
Rainbow Wheel of Death
Soggy Wetsuits
Lukewarm Beer
Core Shots

PAST EXPERIENCE

DFUZR Industries

Senior Designer

Worked alongside a team of senior level strategists, designers & developers to build connected brand experiences for clients including Twitter and Twitch.tv

The Locals Project

Co-founder & Designer

Built The Locals Project from the ground up while attracting major clients including Backcountry.com, Black diamond, Outside Magazine, Gregory Packs, & Brand USA.

Mondo Robot

Interaction Designer

Designed websites, mobile apps, and interactive experiences for clients such as Whistler Blackcomb, Avery Brewing Company, Comcast, Digital Globe, and Ruffwear.

OR Magazine

Creative Director

Managed a team of eight designers to produce an award-winning digital publication. Our design earned us a gold-crown award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

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Have an idea, sketch, or fully fleshed out concept you’d like to discuss? I’d love to hear about it.

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