J. Garrett Sibinga

photo of J. Garrett Sibinga Major: Art History

Disruption Engine (Winter 2015-16)

J. Garrett Sibinga is a Designer, Developer and Serial Entrepreneur. After founding his first company at 21, he has been involved in three startups, focusing on UI/UX, product design, and cutting edge web technologies. He studied Art History and Print Design at Oberlin College, and spent a year at Columbia University GSAPP studying Architecture and Visual Programming. Garrett’s infographics have been featured in the New York Times, his product designs are for sale on top of the new World Trade Center, and he designed and built congressman Charlie Rangel’s 2014 winning reelection campaignwebsite. He currently runs a small web design studio, and lives in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan.