Treavor Wagoner is a product designer and writer in Dallas (and Austin and Seattle).
My Design Work
Explore these projects and others to learn more about their conception, ideation, and creation.
What People Are Saying
Clients and colleagues discuss working with me.
“Treavor is a real pro. I call him whenever I need highly original creative work, and the results never disappoint!”Robert Sheie
“Treavor was a great partner in our digital transformation efforts. His positive attitude, eye for detail, and ability to effectively communicate helped keep the team on track. His front end design skills were leveraged for a range of uses from concept development for user testing to web style guide and wireframe documentation. An invaluable asset to any team, I would recommend him for future projects without hesitation!”Nate Riddle
“We brought on Treavor for an urgent project that needed flawless design execution on a tight deadline. Treavor delivered with flying colors! He was very easy to work with, has meticulous attention to details, and proposed great solutions to design problems that were multi-faceted as well as having a high level of ambiguity. Treavor is a tremendous designer that I personally would not hesitate to put onto any graphics/web/app design project. Hope to work with him again!”William Lai
Shine light on your trouble.
“Treavor was a great temporary addition to the team. Everyone loved his upbeat, inclusive attitude. His designs are thoroughly thought through and outlined for developers to clearly understand. Overall it was a pleasure to work with Treavor.”Amanda Behrens
“I had the pleasure of working with Treavor on a contract basis for an extended period of time. He demonstrated excellent design and IA/UX capabilities. He was great with the client and easy to get along with. I’d highly recommend him for similar work if you need it.”Nathan Vaughn
Endeavors is a log of my various adventures.
When I had the pleasure of working with the FCB Seattle (formerly DraftFCB Seattle), I didn’t realize that it would actually be… um, fun. You know, you’re an independent contractor so you expect to be on your own with your head down knocking out wireframes left and right before the end of your contract is … Read More