Mission and Objective

My mission is to positively impact the world using design to solve complex problems.

I am open to joining any industry in a UX role, but I am especially interested in the areas of media, sports, and science.

I am also open to design roles outside of UX on a contract bases. These include branding, graphic design, illustration, and 3D modeling in SketchUp.


Welcome to my website that I hand-coded in Dreamweaver thanks to over a dozen years of HTML practice, several years of CSS practice, and the endless free JavaScript material shared by countless talented developers across the Web. I'm Raymond Stone, a San Francisco-based designer of experiences. In my spare time I both play and study online chess.

My road to design began with my childhood obsessions with maps, animated Disney Classics, cursive handwriting, and making my own action figures out of paper. This propelled me to an art degree from University of California, Berkeley and years of self-taught design en route to a career in creative problem-solving. People also tell me I’m a great writer, so there’s that.


  • Prototypes
  • Site Maps
  • User Flows
  • User Interface Assets
  • Visual Comps
  • Wireframes


I’ve had the pleasure of working with Raymond as part of the UX team at Eveo. During the year that we worked together, he quickly adapted to the fast-paced agency environment and grew in his role as an Interaction Designer. Raymond worked within technical, business, and user constraints to develop site maps, wireframes, and functional documentation for mobile and web-based projects. He collaborated with team members from all areas of the company to implement detailed feedback. Raymond was dependable, met deadlines, and managed his own daily workload. He was always willing to help out where needed and took up the challenge of learning new skills with interest and dedication. Raymond’s pleasant attitude and ability to manage shifting tasks and priorities made him a valued member of his project teams. I gladly recommend him for any interaction design position where he can continue to advance his skills and knowledge.

- Mel Salengo, User Experience Director at Eveo