I'm Nadim Raad, a 24-year-old user experience designer currently working at Google, in San Francisco, CA.

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Design + Development

Four times World Team Champions, breathtaking geniuses on the wheels of steel, these 4 DJs use their turntables as real instruments. Their most recent album, “Tetra”, debuted at #1 on the iTunes store and French Top 50.

I designed and developed, for all devices, the online presence for France's leading turntablists and 2012 sensation of the year, allowing them to share news, pictures, exclusive videos and tunes with their fans.


Michael Sieben

Design + Development

Michael Sieben is a founding member of Okay Mountain Gallery. His work has been shown throughout the United States as well as Japan, London, Mexico, and Peru. Michael works as a professional illustrator and designer primarily within the subculture of skateboarding. Michael is also co-founder of Roger Skateboards.

I designed and developed his responsive portfolio just in time for Michael's oustanding new adventure: illustrating the new "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz".


Shades vs. Staches

Design + HTML 5/PHP/jQuery

Shades vs. Staches is a two-player turn-based game made for iPad in collaboration with French designers Kaz Raad and Coralie Sabin. Sound and interactive animations liven up this fun and trendy universe, making this a simple, quick-paced game for all ages.

If you are an iOS game developer and interested to help us making this game into a real iPad app, please let me know.

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RISD Portfolios


RISD Portfolios is an exclusive network for RISD students, faculty and alumni to gain broader exposure for their work, connect with other members of the community, and be discovered more easily by potential clients, recruiters, and creative enthusiasts.

Launched in 2012, RISD Portfolios is a collaboration with Matias Corea, Clément Faydi, Jessica Lissy and Dmitry Traytel while interning at Behance (NYC – 2012).


Behance Portfolio Reviews

Print Design + Graphic Design

Behance Portfolio Reviews bring members together at events in cities and towns around the world – organized by members, for members.

While interning at Behance (NYC – 2012), and under the creative direction of Matias Corea, I designed elements for the kit that every organizer receives before a meetup.

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Aperture Foundation

Design + Development

Aperture, a not-for-profit foundation, connects the photo community and its audiences with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other—in print, in person, and online.

It's a great honor and pleasure to have worked on the reboot of the Aperture Foundation online experience. The new responsive platform offers an incredible resource of photography books, magazines, events and information.


Behance Emails


Several email announcements I designed at Behance (NYC – 2012). I learned to never understimate the power of newsletters and you get it pretty quick when a single email design is sent to millions of users…