Jad Limcaco // Web Designer

About Me

Hello! My name is Jad Limcaco and I live in San Jose, California. By day, I work for SmartRecruiters as a product designer. On my spare time, I work on interesting side projects, play basketball, lift weights, drink coffee, watch the Lakers, eat ice cream and burgers, and explore the outdoors. I'm a Christian and graduated college with a degree in theology. I recently got married to the most amazing woman in the world. She did not tell me to say this.

I design digital products with a focus on usability and delightful user experiences. I try to solve problem through a process of user research, prototyping, and user testing. I also build sites that are user-friendly and built according to best-practice web standards. Over the past few years, I've enjoyed working with many clients that were pleased with my work.

Side Projects

I used to own Design Informer, a blog about web and graphic design. The blog started small as just a hobby, but in less than a year, it grew tremendously. Due to time constraints and school, I was unable to keep up with the growth of the blog, so I decided to sell it to Smashing Magazine.

I'm now working on a few different projects to fill my spare time. Principle Repo is a collection of Principle resources that are available to download for free. Design Systems Repo is a frequently updated collection of design system examples, articles, tools and talks.


  • SmartRecruiters
    Product Designer (2015 - Present)
  • 8x8 Inc.
    Visual Designer (2014 - 2015)
  • North Valley Baptist Church
    Designer (2010 - 2014)
  • 4 Wheel Parts
    Web Designer (2010)
  • Restoration Media
    Designer (2009 - 2010)
  • International Recreation Company
    Graphic Designer (2007 - 2009)
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About This Website

Jad Illustrated
While working on websites, you'll usually see me drinking coffee or eating ice cream and/or In-N-Out.

This website was built responsively using HTML5, CSS and some JS magic. Fonts are served through Google Fonts. For the photo grid, I'm using Masonry (Thanks David DeSandro), and for the lightbox, I decided to customize this jQuery plugin by Osvaldas Valutis. All photos on the website were taken by me.