1. The Lounge

  2. Venmo Redesign

  3. Data Privacy

  4. The Kum Ticket


  1. Photography

  2. Musical Artists

  3. Graphic Design

        Austin Aubry is a multi-disciplinary designer and creative focusing on experiential product and platforms. His background is grounded in visual communication with a deep understanding of design systems, strategy, and execution. The space between an idea and execution is where the most stimulating questions arise and are what direct his process.
        He builds digital products and experiences that are constructed through research and human-centered design principles. Through rigorous investigation, his projects intertwine questions of digital livelihood, privacy, and culture.

Honors Bachelor of Science, Multi-Disciplinary Design
University of Utah / 2020


Within / 2021

UX Researcher + Designer
Undergraduate Studies, University of Utah / 2021

Lead Graphic Designer
HRE  / 2020

Graphic Designer
ThenWhat / 2021

Teaching Fellow
College of Architecutre + Planning, University of Utah / 2021

Graphic Designer
CA+P / 2021


︎︎︎ austinlaubry(at)gmail.com
︎︎︎ (at)austinaubry

3. The Kum Ticket

Political Campaign Identity / 2020

Campaign identity and content strategy for the campaign of the winning ASUU Student Body Presidency 2020 at the University of Utah. This special project required logo creation, social media graphics, website design, as well as physical promotional materials. A platform built on access, The Kum Ticket challenges conventional student leadership techniques. This was represented through color, type, and photographic explorations to be distinguished from competing campaigns.

Project Scope

The campaign required a website to contain information about the team's platform, individual bios, calendar events, a contact page, while reflecting their platform through visuals. The website also featured custom photography and followed branding guidelines that were crafted for the team.


A multi-discplinary background allowed control over all visual aspects of the campaign, extending to photoghraphy that mirrored the visual language of the identity.