My name is Rodrigo Galindez and I design digital Internet products.
I lived and worked in San Francisco and New York. Each time, as a contractor for startups in diverse industries, including the photography, travel, and finance spaces. In many times, I’ve been the first employee for these companies, helping founders to design and ship their ideas from a rough sketch to a working prototype.
I’m now currently in London, following a long lasting desire to take a time off to get inspired by what surrounds me, in this case, the city’s massive cultural clash. I live with my girlfriend in Shepherd’s Bush. We enjoy independent music and cinema, art installations, photography, architecture, cycling and strange food.
I believe design and technology should be used as tools for personal expression. Lately, I’ve been thinking on how to model technology to encourage us to create by using our own sounds, be it voices, yells or yawns, till rythms made out of spoons, tables or other inventive instruments.
This site was made in one afternoon working from a coffee shop on East London, following the principles of the “Do’ers manifesto”, an essay I'm writing on shipping things in an era of overabundance of information.