Mike Gallagher is a digital product designer and creative director living in London. He is a Design Lead at FutureGov.
Recent work has included:
A mobility analytics service to help cities manage traffic, parking, and emissions.
For Ford Smart Mobility
Data analysis and product design to change how people think about their energy usage.
An exploration of how data about cities can be used better to engage the public.
For After the Flood
A ‘calculator with context’ that helps demystify how stock options work in startups.
A typeface that generates sparklines without any code.
After the Flood
Helping women and midwives communicate on the birth centre.
New editorial data formats to engage novice fans.
Redesigning a value investing equity analysis tool from the ground up.
An interface that helps nurses and doctors do two things at once.
In addition to the projects listed above, he has also done work for Amazon, the Financial Times, Google, National Geographic, and Passur Aerospace, none of which can be shown publicly.
Previously, he has worked at studios including Dubberly Design Office, 2×4, and VSA Partners. He is a member of We Have Photoshop. He has taught at Rutgers University, City College of New York, UPenn’s School of Design, and Yale University School of Art. He made all of the typefaces you are reading.
Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org