Weightshift is designer Naz Hamid

We believe in practicing design that delivers value, is measurable, and moves the needle.

Naz Hamid

Naz is a design director and the founder of Weightshift, who for 17 years serviced clients such as Abstract, About.me, Adobe, Change.org, Dropbox, Google Ventures, Intercom, Lookout, Mozilla, Obvious, One Medical, Rdio, True Ventures, Twitter, and more. The consultancy reopened in 2018 after he concluded a two-year stint at VSCO.

While at VSCO, Naz helped launch VSCO Membership, a subscription service that gained 1MM+ paying members and is the second fastest-growing digital subscription service (after Apple Music). Additionally, Naz helped build VSCO Connect, a platform for brands to engage with creators.

For the last year, Naz has returned to interfacing with fantastic clients, providing direction and design applied to business goals and holistic strategy.

He has spoken about design, work-life balance, and diversity and inclusion at New Adventures, Creative Works, Brooklyn Beta, SXSW, and other events.

Naz recently wrapped up long-term consulting engagements with Abstract and Broadly, is offering design direction and advisement to early-stage companies, and is building a few passion projects.


Robbin & Co.

A leader in scaling and building development-heavy products and infrastructure for Cards Against Humanity, as well as having collaborated closely with Weightshift for a decade, Scott Robbin is who we turn to for all things product and development.


Our trusted mobile app partner, Harold Emsheimer and Jonathan Younger have been building applications for companies since the day the iPhone launched. Pioneers in the field, we’ve teamed up a number of times, including the successful partnership with Xero for the build of the TaxTouch app.