James Rhymer
Your friendly neighborhood product designer.


The short story & mission statement of your friendly neighborhood product designer. 😄

"Here’s to the crazy ones. The rebels. The troublemakers.

The ones who see things differently. While some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."


James Rhymer

I'm a student of the web, with interests ranging from UI/UX design & brand identity, to web development & software engineering. They say the only way to succeed is to pick one thing you're good at, and ONLY focus on that one thing. On the contrary, I have found the most success doing the opposite. My 3 passions can be summarized as the following: Design, Technology, & Business. While the three may seem far apart in theory, they all fulfill my drive to create. To create brands, to create products, to create jobs for those whose passion alone will birth success.

My latest endeavors have landed me in the position of Creative Director at local startup: App Innovators. I chose a startup so that I could be a part of growing something from the ground up... creating jobs & solving problems, and I will continue to maintain that drive wherever life takes me.

My role at App Innovators is a diverse one. On a micro level, I am heavily involved in UI/UX design for the majority of software, websites & mobile applications developed at the company. I develop unique brand stories & identity design that breathe life into any business. I dabble in the development of websites & applications using technologies such as Foundation, HTML/CSS, Swift & more. On a macro level, I project manage the process of design & development for a range of clients, & lead innovation across company culture. I design & pitch beautiful presentations to potential & existing clientele to communicate ideas & help close deals. I build teams, hire talent, & hold an infectious standard of quality & innovation up for our team to grow & thrive for years to come.




& I was an elf once