By day, a software engineer specializing in UX and web performance. By night, a computer-obsessed artist crafting pixels and soundwaves in Brooklyn. 🤘

Some websites I built.


This beautiful portfolio site is by my favorite designer to work with, Billy Sweeney.


A Squarespace template for small business and non-profits.


Another Squarespace template for restaurants and other small businesses.


My very first client as a full-time freelancer. Thanks Smartypants.


Developing this one nearly gave me vertigo.

Republic Charter Schools

Designed by Studio Rubric.

None of these sites were completed alone. Thanks to my collaborators over the years: Adam Parks, Eric Anderson, Billy Sweeney, Shane Zucker, Sara Chai Butler, Riyaz Shaikh, Studio Rubric, George Zhang, and Josh Kill. (And really all of Squarespace, sorry if I left anyone out.)


Teachable, Apr. 2017 - Current

As the company's first front-end engineer I've gotten valuable experience hiring, implementing front-end tooling, and helping lead a (now) team of 6 front-end devs as we migrate a large application from Coffeescript / Angular 1.5 to Typescript / React.

Freelance, Oct. 2016 - Oct. 2017

I lived the freelance dream with Shane Zucker for a year, running our own (unofficial) company. We had a few great clients and some fun times. (Shane's still at it if you're looking for a versatile designer who can get things done.)

Squarespace, Sep. 2012 - Oct. 2015

I wore many hats for Squarespace — technical documentation writer, template developer, and front-end engineer — as they grew from 50 to 500 employees.

About me

I believe in minimalism, efficiency, style, net neutrality (let's save what's left of it), not monetizing side-projects, human rights, and a whole bunch of other things. This website's mostly about my engineering work, but if you want to see something that's the most "me" check out Flat Moon (co-creator Brian Carroll).

kevin.james.foley at gmail