Alon is always in motion.

He’s an artist, educator, and a proud dad father who works as a UX and motion designer at Google.
As an adjunct professor at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, Alon’s work investigates how motion in interactive interfaces conveys emotions and enhances experiences. He weaves together traditional and digital drawing tools to create entirely new experiences: collaborative real-time drawing booths, 3D drawing apps, and cross-media storytelling platforms. Nothing is out of reach for his pen, paper, and imagination.

Alon’s work has been exhibited internationally, including at the Tribeca Film Festival, ARS Electronica and SIGGRAPH. He has worked with a range of clients over the years including Audi, The Museum of the City of New York (Local Projects), Adidas, and FiftyThree.