Michael Schultz

designer of helpful things

Web designer/developer, music player, video maker, photo taker and writer. I also created Hemolog and Hemoglobe.

I enjoy working on both small and large projects. Everything from local mom-and-pop shops to the Gaither music empire. Clients normally hire me from the start of a project to help with planning as well as execution. I have a network of professionals I collaborate/consult with to create the best experience for every client.

I'm currently working as a designer at Iodine in sunny San Francisco, California creating tools to help people make better decisions about their health.

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The Most Valuable Thing I Ever Made, A Button

Allow anyone with a debit card to send money through this elegant “pay me” button.

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Designer / Frontend Dev

Iodine, San Francisco, CA

Iodine combines massive amounts of healthcare data with user's individual needs and backgrounds to create a personalized resource for better understanding and decision-making about health.

I'm working on everything from early stage mockups to final front-end development. We are a small team and we all take on multiple roles. It's fast paced, focused and rewarding. Learn more at iodine.com.

September 2013 - Present

Marketing Leader

Affinity Biotech Inc., Dallas, TX

As Marketing Leader I designed and developed all of Affinity's marketing materials, both digital and physical. Everything from booth displays to the company website AffinityBiotech.com. I helped create several community focused projects including HemophiliaScholarships.org and Spark (a speaking series we held once a year all around the country).

While at Affinity Biotech I also designed two hemophilia related iOS applications for the bleeding disorder community. Hemolog, a medication tracking app designed specifically for people with hemophilia, and Hemoglobe, a way to discover and communicate with hemophiliacs all over the world. Both of these apps are still available in the Apple App Store for free.

January 2011 - August 2013

Front-end Web Developer

Vest Advertising, Louisville, KY

I was contacted by Vest to come intern during the summer but was then hired full time for the course of the summer. I then had to travel back to school but was able to procure a full time job for a designer friend of mine who had just graduated.

Vest was a great experience for me where I learned a lot about the advertising industry (especially health related). The job helped me expand my knowledge of HTML/CSS and Javascript when I was pushed to create user experiences that I was not accustomed to creating.

May 2009 - December 2009

Web Designer/Developer

Freelance, Louisville

While attending college I took on freelance work to improve my skills as both a designer and a developer. Most of my clients were in the Louisville, KY area but I also took on jobs for Western Kentucky University.

I spent some of my college years developing and managing the Campus Activities Board site. This went through several iterations while I was in office. My last years were spent developing a new site for the Housing Department.

January 2005 - December 2008