Chloe Negron is currently leading mobile product design at The Washington Post. She creates products with clean visuals, simple experiences, and emojis or gifs wherever possible. She sometimes creates illustrations for The Post as well.
She believes that interfaces should be as friendly as the people who use them, and that human-centered design cultivates human-focused products. She has worked with Google, Apple, and Amazon to craft awesome mobile products, and her work has been regularly recognized by the Society for News Design.
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