Michael Eisenwasser

Michael Eisenwasser, co-founder and director of design, creates beautiful engaging websites while challenging his team of designers and developers to re-envision the web for eye-popping simplicity with an emphasis on clean code.

Ever an artist, Michael studied figure drawing as a teenager at the Art Institute of Chicago, and focused on the fine arts in college (drawing, painting, sculpting), while spending his summers teaching woodworking. He instinctually gravitated toward web design, finding it the perfect outlet for his creativity and technical perfectionism.

Michael graduated with cum laude from the University of Illinois, with a degree in speech communication and a

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concentration in fine arts. He was offered a full tuition scholarship to the architectural graduate program at U of I, but headed to New York to study at Columbia University instead. Realizing he dreamed in code and gorgeous symmetry, Michael finally left architecture to dedicate himself to designing on a global palette.

Michael has worked for design firms and as a freelance web designer. In 2009 he traveled through Asia with the Tribune Company as his primary client. Upon returning to Chicago, Michael started building websites with Matt O’Brien, and in 2010, they co-founded Rogue Interactive.

Michael has spent considerable time in faraway lands including Nepal, India, Israel, Alaska and Thailand. In addition to drawing, he enjoys music and yoga as well as playing hockey, skiing, and watching Bears football–especially in the post-Grossman years.