Eric St. Onge



Hello! I'm an
interaction designer
and developer
based in
New York City.

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Here's a little bit about me in reverse chronological order.

2014 - Present. I work at FiftyThree, where I'm a designer and prototyper working on Paper by FiftyThree.

2011 - 2014. I worked at Apple, where I was the interaction design lead for the Charts component of the iWork (Pages, Keynote, and Number) suite, and I did design prototyping for iWork and iBooks.

2011. Graduated from the MFA in Interaction Design program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. I was part of the inaugural class in the program.

2010. I interned at Local Projects where I developed Explore 9/11 for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.

2009. I left San Francisco and moved back east to New York City for grad school at the School of Visual Arts.

2008. I worked as one of the first twelve software engineers working full time on applications for the iPad.

2005. I moved across the country to work for Apple as a software engineer on iChat and Photo Booth.

2004. Went to work for Xerox in Rochester, NY. I worked on support software for high-end (120+ ppm) production printers. This used to be called DocuSP Remote Services, but has since been renamed to prInteract.

2004. Graduated from RPI with a dual major in Electronic Media, Arts, and Communication and Computer Science.

2003. I used to serve as the Director of Community Architecture for the now-defunct Agora Studios, a start-up that I co-founded in July 2003. Agora Studios was born out of, an also-defunct project sponsored by RPI and Deutsche Bank.

2000. Graduated from the Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science.

1982. Born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts.