More than the average pixel pusher

My name is Adekunle Oduye (Add-eh-koon-lay Oh-due-yay) & I'm a Product Designer & Developer born and raised in New York City.

Currently I work at NASDAQ building web-based products that serve communications, public relations, and investor relations professionals.

Outside of my day job, I'm a co-organizer for SassConf, a national front-end development conference and GothamSass, a local NYC meetup that serves front-end developers and designers.

Checkout my resume to see more about my work experiences.

Fun Facts

1st generation
Nigerian-American
Youngest
of 7 Children
Born & Raised in
Brooklyn, NY
Adekunle worked for me and I found him to be a great employee. He was very knowledgeable, responsible and professional.
Kathi Homenick

Corporate Director of Marketing Services / Vendome Group

Speaking at CSSConf in New York City
Video\ Slides

Press & Speaking Gigs

Adekunle Oduye is a great person and creative individual... He has worked on many of my projects and always delivers... i highly recommend him to anyone who needs a professional graphic artist and more.
Carlos "Tone Capone" Acosta
Executive Vice President / CMG/Universal Motown Records

What do I do:

Product Design

Often the best products are the ones that focus on the business needs & users wants. Conducting user research, discovery interviews, and usability testing gives me the ability to identify the problems, create solutions and validate them with users. Product design is a team sport, so I like to work closely with product management and engineer teams to create the best experience possible.

Front-end Development

In order to bring a great experience to a product, it's best to create a functional prototype. For that I design and develop high-fidelity prototypes using HTML, CSS, JavaScript. I also have experience building front-end architecture systems that use frameworks like Sass, jQuery and handlebars.js.

Design Systems

From creating branding standards to standardizing design patterns, I take the pleasure in building guidelines for components that increase efficiency and scalability.