Andrew Herzog® makes things people interact with and he tweets, grams, sells stuff and Thinkgs* and he made a natural wayfinding system for NYC pedestrians called Natural Navigation and a wall of 5,880 arcade buttons in Google's NYC lobby and an ongoing study of our relationship with objects called Ergonomics 101 and an application for finding the next generation of the Google Creative Lab 5 and an app that translates distance into objects called Between Us and a psuedo-social media platform for Temporary Highs and a typeface for when you don't have anything nice to say called Nothings Typeface and an app for understanding sarcasm called Sarcas-o-meter and a verbal visual photographic series called If You Say Something, See Something and a series of analog watches that are smart called Smart Dumb Watches and editorial Instagram stuff for Warby Parker and a portfolio site for a copywriter named Hillary Churchill and an Instagram launch campaign for Jack Daniels Fire and a website that takes you outside called OutsideInside and a new website for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum and a fire building website for Yule Log 2.015 and a photo about the moon landing called July 20, 1969 and he'll probably make more stuff soon so check back often or just follow him here. You can contact him at

Andrew Herzog thinks interacting
with people will be much more fun than interacting with this portfolio website on your phone.


Andrew Herzog is a multidisciplinary designer & thinker & human living and working in New York City. He received his MA in graphic design from the Savannah College of Art & Design. He is especially not a specialist. In many projects he finds himself at the cross section of interactive art and design. His need for exploration results in conceptually driven projects of varying mediums. Currently at the Google Creative Lab. Previously at Sagmeister & Walsh.