Eli Schiff is a design systems leader and design critic. His work leading teams as a Principal Designer and Product Owner spans companies ranging from startups to enterprise. Design projects include IBM, MIT, TEDX, CDC, Internet Association and Design Museum.
He also focuses on interface design history and theory—publishing the Uber’s Undoing book and writing the Humanist Interface newsletter. His work has appeared in The Washington Post, BBC, Recode, CNBC, Time, and Fortune.
Eli is available for design consulting projects ranging from rapid critique video sessions to 6 month engagements. Case studies available upon request.