Grant Kindrick is a graphic designer based in Portland, Oregon. He’s spent the past thirteen years as an in-house and freelance design director and interface designer, working with start-ups, agencies, political campaigns, and non-profit organizations. His work as a designer has earned a bunch of industry awards, most notably three Webby Awards and a SXSW Interactive Award. Grant has young kids and old dogs; two of each.
What is your secret skill?
Two of your favorite songs/pieces of music ever:
Ask me in five minutes and you’ll get a different answer, but right now it’s…
• “Osamu’s Theme: Kyoko’s House” by Philip Glass. A perfect take on the pop song format by one of my favorite composers.
• “Too Many Birds” by Bill Callahan. A lovely bit of poetry that gives me chills.
Two of your favorite TV shows:
Favorite type of food:
If you were a box of cereal, which would you be and why?
Granola. I love that it’s deceptively simple and infinitely adaptable.