Matt Walker is a self-taught product designer based in Atlanta. Designing tools, systems, and services for everyday folks. Currently working at Twitter, focused on all things Tweets.
A picture of me walking through a greenhouse.
Before Twitter I spent the previous decade working on marketing and product design systems for Mailchimp; design systems, payments and checkout for The Home Depot; and all kinds of stuff for agencies, start ups, and freelance gigs.
2022 — Now
Senior Product Designer at Twitter
As part of the Home & Tweets team I'm focused on the core experience of Twitter. I work on all things composer, tweets, media, defining new features, and improving usability.
2021 — 2022
Senior Product Designer at Intuit
Mailchimp (acquired by Intuit)
2019 — 2021
Senior Product Designer at Mailchimp
I led the creation of the marketing design system and helped provide strategy and ops guidance for the product design system. In addition, I maintained the component library and guidance, provided support, created tools and resources that enable teams to work more efficiently, cohesively, and scaled usability and accessibility across touch points.
2015 — 2019
Staff UX Designer at The Home Depot
I led the enterprise design system and design ops efforts for the Enterprise UX team. In addition, I was also responsible for managing our tooling, creating templates, and defining workflows to help support the UX teams day-to-day work.
UX Designer at Travel Syndication Technology
I led the creation of brand style guide work that helped establish more cohesion across TST product offerings. I also helped teams apply styling consistently and meet accessibility standards.
Select Work
Twitter / Mixed Media
An image of a collection of UI elements spread out across a white canvas.
Mailchimp / Design Systems
An image of an interface designed specifically for taking payment for an order.
The Home Depot / OrangePay