Chris Dizon is a web/UX designer, a traveler, an ASU alumnus, and a regular at Wren House Brewing.
, my name is Chris and I’m a web/UX designer, a traveler, a sports fan, an aspiring polyglot, a connoisseur of fine beers, and supporter of Borussia Dortmund.
I am a proud alumnus of Arizona State University, where I earned degrees in Political Science and Journalism/Mass Communication.
I work at my alma mater as the engagement system analyst, where I am responsible for, among other responsibilities, helping manage the university's online donation system and donor database.
I live in Phoenix, Arizona, with my wife, Nicole, our three cats and our son Jordan, who turns two years old in June 2019.
I spent the first 16 years of my life in the Chicago suburbs, where I became a fan of the Cubs, Bulls, Bears and Blackhawks, and where I learned firsthand the greatness of Chicago-style deep-dish pizza.
I read books printed on paper, and I'm always up for trying out a new microbrew. I'm aiming to speak fluent Nederlands and Deutsch. I quote The Simpsons way too much, take the train to work and hate the designated hitter rule.
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.Mark Twain
Name: Chris Dizon
Location: Tempe/Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Education: BA Political Science, BA Journalism/Mass Communication, Certificate Technical Communication, Arizona State University
Employer: ASU Enterprise Partners
travel, web design, information architecture, user experience, football, soccer, baseball, basketball, hockey, graphic design, craft beer, history, geography, sustainability, cities, foreign languages
I am by no means a photograper, but I enjoy snapping photos of the places I've visited. Most photos from my various trips to Europe.
If you're interested in my professional work, this site documents my work accomplishments and experience (under construction).
I've always been fascinated with the northwest music scene of the late 1980s/early 1990s, so I created this website to document it.
Through the Postcrossing project, I've connected with people all over the world through postcards. This page introduces me to this community.