Chloe Yeo

Work Experience


This is a selection of projects from places I've worked at in the past. Click here to view my resume for more work experience.


Intuit Internship

June—Sept. 2017
Visual Design Intern

Christen  and I on our first day at Intuit.

Christen and I on our first day at Intuit.

During my time at Intuit, I worked on the QuickBooks Self-Employed product specializing in mobile and web design. While I can't show much of what I worked on, I was extremely grateful to design solutions that were tested with users, collaborate with teams from multiple products, and see some of my work enter the development phase.


Snapchat + The Daily

June 2017—Present
Digital Designer

Snapchat partnered with The Daily and asked the newspaper to create 10 Publisher Stories throughout Autumn 2017. Working with Monica Niehaus, we created animations, graphics, and written content to fill 12-15 snaps each week.


Purple Reign Book

Nov. 2016—Jan. 2017
Lead Designer

Honoring the 2016 Washington Huskies football season, this 136-page book was designed by me and Caroline Suttie, and was published and sold by The Daily in February 2017 (print, 8.5in x 11in). Also sold and distributed by the University Book Store. 


Interior pages
Written content includes game recaps, detailed captions, and quotes from players and coaches.


Each chapter has a page of statistics that details the score, first downs, rushing, passing, offensive yards, and possession time. I collected this information from each game and changed it accordingly, and making the colors to each school's brand. This animation was used for promotion of the book.


Puget Sound Business Journal Illustrations


July—Oct. 2016
Contracted Illustrator

Working with the creative director at the Puget Sound Business Journal, I developed these cover illustrations that were printed and distributed to over 16,000 subscribers (print, 8.5in x 11in).


Finance Guide (detail), July 2016
The city illustration was inspired by Seattle's buildings, such as the Space Needle, the Washington Convention Center architecture, Smith Tower, and the 1201 Third Avenue building (formerly known as the Washington Mutual Tower). When illustrating the retirement journey, the idea is traveling from the city to a beachfront property.