Hi, I’m Mike Yavorsky.

I’m a designer and developer, building tools for political campaigns, non-profits, and organizations working for large-scale change. Recently, I've worked with political campaigns in Massachusetts, Arizona, and Tennessee. I believe in data backed by principles. I am happy to be your first designer or your fifth. I’m looking for work that’s civically oriented or socially responsible.

Recent design systems work UX research 



I’ve Done

Currently I’m designing for progressive organizations trying to take back the house

I’ve featured three pieces of web work from the last four years, which present a sampling of my visual and user-oriented design skills.

However, I’ve also had the opportunity to work with a range of clients requesting a range of work—from print design to branding, along with photography & video work.

I’ve worked with businesses, non-profits, and political campaigns. That work has included user research, web development (with Python & JavaScript), and statistical analysis.

I’m lucky enough to count among my clients Under the Same Moon, Delivered, the LEAH Project, the Billions Institute, Berwick for Governor, and Markey for Senate.

Existing solutions don’t account for the quintessential campaign metric.

Read about how I redesigned the campaign dashboard

Read the case study

What’s Next?

If you’re hiring, let’s talk! I’m looking for part-time work or a full-time gig. I like working with diverse teams to tackle problems that aren’t getting a lot of attention, especially in pursuit of social progress. I’m more inclined to build something up than rip it down and start over.

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