Thomas Barrasso

I am a User Experience (UX) and Software Development Engineer who takes digital experiences from concept to market. My work has been featured on the likes of NPR, LifeHacker, Android Central, and many others.

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I Work at the Intersection of
Design & Development

I have enterprise, independent, start-up, and agency experience crafting mobile and web applications large and small. My first app, StatusBar+, was launched when I was in high school. Since then, I have personally shipped more than a dozen Android apps used by over a million people. While I no longer actively develop for Android, I continue to build high-traffic websites and architected secure, highly-available cloud services.


  1. Mockup of Noyze App
  2. Source code of Noyze App
  3. Photo of Noyze App

Process: identify a problem build empathy sketch prototype develop test scale launch and support learn from mistakes.


Regardless of scale, I strive to implement solutions that set new standards and redefine what is possible. Below is a sample of my work.

More coming soon

I have made many more things, but am told by lawyers not to show them publically. In their place, here is a list of companies and organizations I have worked with. If you would like to learn more, let's get in touch.

You can also find more about me and my work at the links below.


I architect secure and scalable solutions within the constraints of inherited architecture. These are some of the tools, technologies, and services I have used in the process.

I have also worked with Python, SQL, PHP, Golang, Elixir, Kotlin, AEM, Objective-C, C#, and R.


I wanted to be a fire fighter,
but ended up in software
Tom Barrasso as a baby Tom Barrasso today
I like taking photos, here’s
some from Instagram
I have a B.S. in Chemistry
from UMass Amherst
W.E.B. DuBois Library at UMass Amherst Lab at UMass Amherst
Fluffy Fluffy
This is my dog, Fluff,
she’s a forever puppy


I design & build
human-centered experiences.

Have an interesting product or idea that I can help with? If so, let’s talk!