Founder & Lead Designer
Mickey began his working life at a coffee shop, where he grew to appreciate the merit of things made with a little extra care. Things like a perfect pull of espresso, or a handcrafted bicycle. Or an elegant, intuitive website. And that’s where his work went: from coffee to websites (with a few detours along the way, like marketing a bike shop). Mickey celebrates his Portland roots by drinking good beer, riding bicycles and motorcycles, and wearing a beard.
Andrew “Chew-Buh-Nah-Shoe” is a Portland native (without a motorcycle, espresso machine, or beard) who has been putting too much detail into wireframes since 2006. He is a multi-disiplinary creative who strives to learn something new every day.
Jon Schafer believes that creative problems are best solved by applying strong conceptual thinking and minimal design principles. The resulting work strives to be honest, effective, and memorable.
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Brandon was freelancing as an infrastructure and security consultant before joining Isolary. Designing and operating data centers has been his passion for years, and he brings this passion for process efficiency and reliability into his work as lead developer at Isolary. He can program fluently in nine languages
A 45-mile-per-hour champion racer in his youth, Marcel has opted for—and rightly earned—a sedentary life of retirement. In fact, Marcel has demonstrated time and again that, unless there's an office fire, there's really no need to lumber oneself out of a position of recline. He is our daily inspiration.