Brian J Schneider

Obstacles(both digital and natural)


I’m a UX and Front-End Developer currently living in Hoboken, NJ.

Besides my love of design and the web, I’m an avid skier and Founder/co-host of the High Falutin Ski Bums podcast (which you can learn more about at

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Recent Projects

  • Porsche 911 TurbSNOW

    Image of Porsche 911 TurbSNOW

    I went into details about it in this blog post, but I wanted to put it on display here to. Behold, the Porsche 911 TurbSNOW! Coming to mountains near you as soon as I win Mega Millions!

  • Oink and Moo BBQ

    Image of Oink and Moo BBQ

    It’s always great when a project falls into your lap that ties three of your passions together. That’s what happened to me when I got a call from chef and entrepreneur Josh Sacks, the proprietor of Oink and Moo BBQ. I love designing logos and building websites, I love BBQ and I love food trucks.Read Full Story

  • 2012 Mount Snow Brewers Festival Logo

    Image of 2012 Mount Snow Brewers Festival Logo

    Yes, Labor Day often signals the end of summer. You can start to feel the days growing shorter, the temperature starting to drop and you may start to get a little depressed. There’s plenty of good things about the end of the summer: the NFL season starts, it’s almost ski season and it’s the beginningRead Full Story

Latest Blog Posts

  • May 1, 2017


    I’ve also considered myself to have a very good work ethic and have always kept myself busy whether it was work, freelance, sports, etc. but now I’m starting to realize that I had no idea was busy really was. Before getting into why things are going to get REALLY busy, I’ll start with why theRead Full Story

  • January 1, 2017

    2016 – The Year of the Bike Shorts

    2016 has finally come to a conclusion. For some the end of the year is merciful, many having claimed that it was the worst year ever. This year certainly wasn’t easy, but then again they never are, but I gave everything I had this year and while things were by no means perfect, in factRead Full Story

  • December 31, 2015

    2015 – The Year of the Rear-ender

    This year was different. At the end of the year, something didn’t feel quite right. I don’t know if it was the unseasonably warm air that we’re having – it was 70 degrees on Christmas Eve, but something was off. I had almost no Christmas spirit. I’m certainly not proud of it, not at all.Read Full Story