335 - Brad Cerasani

Brad Cerasani is a Designer & Engineer located in Winnipeg, Canada

Brad Cerasani is currently the Director of Web Development at Hypergiant, an AI software company that creates powerful data visualization products for decision making.

With over 15 years of experience, he has helped companies like Apple, Google, and Twitter create stellar experiences for their users.

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Inside Brad's Workspace

Workspace Hardware:

Additional Items:

  • 600/P table lamps designed by Gino Sarfatti
  • Model 42 side chairs designed by Kai Kristiansen
  • Modular bookcases designed by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen
  • Oil painting by Chris Simonite
  • Wurtlizer 200 electric piano

What is your favorite item in your workspace?  

A polaroid of my mum's mum, or license plate from my dad's dad.

How do you spark creativity?

Creativity is more of a background thread for me; it's generally there, chewing on a task or problem set, periodically returning ideas for the conscious mind to test or validate.

How do you manage work-life balance?

No strict rules — there's push and pull there, and I think that's ok. It should be ok to put in a few extra hours when a project needs help, but it should also be ok to take an unplanned afternoon off to savour the last long days of summer.

What do you think is the main benefit of remote work?

Subtracting geography from the hiring equation helps create more diverse and meritocratic teams.
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