Austin Long is a graphic designer in San Francisco—I strive to create work that is honest, useful and interesting.

What can I do for you?

I help solve design problems through concise messaging and thoughtful, user-friendly designs. I've worked on projects ranging from brand identity development to interface design.

Have a look at the case studies below to see some of the projects I've worked on recently.

Need to get in touch?

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I helped reposition the Moshi brand for a fashion audience.

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I designed the cover for author Gavin Boone's second novel—Rivertown.

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I put together one bad brand identity for Make it Funky.

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I designed a B2B ecommerce portal for Moshi.

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I designed some event posters.

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I shot commercial photos for Moshi.

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Who am I?

Currently, I'm working as the Communication Designer at Zenreach. Previously, I worked in-house at Moshi and at a small photography studio before that. In 2011, I graduated from Cal State, Monterey Bay with a BA in Visual & Public Art.

Outside of work, you can usually find me out skateboarding with my friends, riding my motorcycle on backroads around the Bay Area, or hiking around looking for a good place to swim.

I like to read digital publications like Reading Design and It's Nice That as well as printed ones like McSweeney's Quarterly.


Let's make something.

I'm always on the lookout for exciting, impactful new work. The graphic design services I can provide include, but are not limited to—

  • Brand Identity Design
  • User Interface Design
  • Print Design
  • Packaging Design
  • Illustration
  • Art Direction

If you'd like to collaborate on your next project, don't hesitate to contact me using the link below!

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