Aaron Weyenberg

Brooklyn, NY

Hello, I'm Aaron

I lead teams and design things. I've built products and experiences with amazing people at places like TED Talks, ESPN, Endeavor and some audacious startups.

Aaron Weyenberg

Brooklyn, NY

Hello, I'm Aaron

I lead teams and design things. I've built products and experiences with amazing people at places like TED Talks, ESPN, Endeavor and some audacious startups.

Aaron Weyenberg

Brooklyn, NY

Hello, I'm Aaron

I lead teams and design things. I've built products and experiences with amazing people at places like TED Talks, ESPN, Endeavor and some audacious startups.

A brief history



2023 – Today

Consulting and mentoring.

These days I'm helping to raise hospitality technology to a new level while mentoring for the brilliant and creative minds of the Steve Jobs Archive fellowship.

2022 – 2023

I led design for Endeavor/IMG event technology.

As VP of Design, I guided a distributed team of designers and researchers building platform services and products for live events like London’s Hyde Park Winter Wonderland and the 2024 Paris Olympics. In late 2023 I decided to leave a wonderful and thoughtful team to pursue some new personal and professional projects.

2020 — 2022

I helped founders learn from the world's best entrepreneurs.

As a founding member of Wait What Inc's technology team, I helped launch an app and course platform for the award-winning business podcast Masters of Scale.

2011 — 2020

I designed video experiences at TED.

The longest and most rewarding period in my career, I directed design for TED's video viewing experiences on web platforms reaching millions of people in over 100 languages worldwide. I also led several technical design projects for the live stage at TED's flagship conference in Vancouver and TEDGlobal in Edinburgh.

2007 — 2011

I connected a community of fans.

Co-founded by an ESPN executive (now President and CTO of Disney Entertainment), Fanzter was a bold startup with ideas ahead of its time. Our small company of 5 created an app enabling fan communities to form around products (and celebrities) they love by tagging them in any image on the Internet.

2003 — 2007

I built live sports apps at ESPN.

My team at ESPN pioneered the first ever live-updating scoreboards (a big deal at the time). I was later promoted to direct design for more live game apps and special editorial projects in partnership with SportsCenter.

2000 — 2004

Building a foundation

I gained essential experience about design, people and business at two of Colorado's best agencies while working with a wide range of clients in outdoor sports, finance, tech, academics and government research. Fun times!

You can see a full work history over at Read CV.

A brief history



2023 – Today

Consulting and mentoring.

These days I'm helping to raise hospitality technology to a new level while mentoring for the brilliant and creative minds of the Steve Jobs Archive fellowship.

2022 – 2023

I led design for Endeavor/IMG event technology.

As VP of Design, I guided a distributed team of designers and researchers building platform services and products for live events like London’s Hyde Park Winter Wonderland and the 2024 Paris Olympics. In late 2023 I decided to leave a wonderful and thoughtful team to pursue some new personal and professional projects.

2020 — 2022

I helped founders learn from the world's best entrepreneurs.

As a founding member of Wait What Inc's technology team, I helped launch an app and course platform for the award-winning business podcast Masters of Scale.

2011 — 2020

I designed video experiences at TED.

I directed design for TED's video experiences on web platforms. I also led several other projects and initiatives involving the TED conference Vancouver and TEDGlobal in Edinburgh.

2007 — 2011

I connected a community of fans.

Co-founded by an ESPN executive, Fanzter was a bold startup with ideas ahead of its time. My team created an app enabling a community of fans to form around products (and celebrities) they love by tagging them in any image on the Internet.

2003 — 2007

I built live sports apps at ESPN.

My team at ESPN pioneered the first ever live-updating scoreboards (a big deal at the time). I was later promoted to direct design for more live game apps and special editorial projects in partnership with SportsCenter.

2000 — 2004

Building a foundation

I gained essential experience about design, people and business at two of Colorado's best agencies while working with a wide range of clients in outdoor sports, finance, tech, academics and government research. Fun times!

You can see a full work history over at Read CV.

A brief history



2023 – Today

Consulting and mentoring.

These days I'm helping to raise hospitality technology to a new level while mentoring for the brilliant and creative minds of the Steve Jobs Archive fellowship.

2022 – 2023

I led design for Endeavor/IMG event technology.

As VP of Design, I guided a distributed team of designers and researchers building platform services and products for live events like London’s Hyde Park Winter Wonderland and the 2024 Paris Olympics. In late 2023 I decided to leave a wonderful and thoughtful team to pursue some new personal and professional projects.

2020 — 2022

I helped founders learn from the world's best entrepreneurs.

As a founding member of Wait What Inc's technology team, I helped launch an app and course platform for the award-winning business podcast Masters of Scale.

2011 — 2020

I designed video experiences at TED.

The longest and most rewarding period in my career, I directed design for TED's video viewing experiences on web platforms reaching millions of people in over 100 languages worldwide. I also led several technical design projects for the live stage at TED's flagship conference in Vancouver and TEDGlobal in Edinburgh.

2007 — 2011

I connected a community of fans.

Co-founded by an ESPN executive (now President and CTO of Disney Entertainment), Fanzter was a bold startup with ideas ahead of its time. Our small company of 5 created an app enabling fan communities to form around products (and celebrities) they love by tagging them in any image on the Internet.

2003 — 2007

I built live sports apps at ESPN.

My team at ESPN pioneered the first ever live-updating scoreboards (a big deal at the time). I was later promoted to direct design for more live game apps and special editorial projects in partnership with SportsCenter.

2000 — 2004

Building a foundation

I gained essential experience about design, people and business at two of Colorado's best agencies while working with a wide range of clients in outdoor sports, finance, tech, academics and government research. Fun times!

You can see a full work history over at Read CV.

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