Evolving and centralizing a cross-platform design system for an expansive suite of global products.
Redesigning Uber Eats' menu to scale with a rapidly growing user base.
Laying the foundation for a design system to support the future of the Uber rider app.
Redesigning the mobile account creation and login flows for Uber riders across the globe.
Creating the zero-to-one mobile and web experiences for a new age credit card provider.
A side project to bring a travel tracker concept to life, while learning Swift along the way.
How the Design Systems team helped Dropbox design migrate to Figma and re-structured our cross-platform design system during the process.
The story of my family's travels across China in 2018 to retrace my adopted sister's roots, which culminated in an experience none of us saw coming.
An alumni interview with CMCI Studio where we talk about the future of design and how to grow as a creative.
I’m Adam Noffsinger, a Senior Product Designer at Dropbox working on Design Systems. I’ve been at Dropbox since late 2017.
Before joining Dropbox, I was an early designer at Uber and worked on the consumer-facing Rides and Eats mobile apps for about 3 years. It was one heckuva wild ride.
Before getting into design, I pursued creative writing (poetry, if we're being specific) and was an Account Manager at an advertising agency. Variety is the spice of life, right?
I'm most passionate about mobile product, but have extensive experience across web and desktop too. I'm interested in solving problems related to transportation and mapping, fitness, gaming, music, and travel.
When I'm not designing, I love getting my hands dirty in Swift and mentoring younger designers on craft skills.
Jekyll is used for templating and Stack Overflow is used for everything else, ever.