Jordan Hughes


Jordan Hughes is a multidisciplinary Product Designer from Melbourne, Australia, specializing in product design, design systems, and Webflow development. He is the founder of Untitled UI and Good Books and co-founder of Himalayas. Jordan's work has been featured on Typewolf, Mindsparkle Magazine, Webflow, Fonts In Use, CSS Winner, httpster, Siteinspire, and Best Website Gallery.

In late 2021, Jordan launched Untitled UI, the ultimate UI kit and design system for Figma that focuses on quality. Untitled UI is the most extensive UI kit for Figma in the world. In short, Untitled was the #1 design and tech product on Gumroad and is being used by designers from some of the world's top companies, including Spotify, Mailchimp, Webflow, and Google.

Jordan recently launched Untitled UI Icons, a clean, consistent, and neutral icon library explicitly crafted for modern UI design. This project was the #1 Product of the Week on Product Hunt and is now the highest-rated icon library for sale on Gumroad.

He built goodbooks.io, the most extensive curated collection of 8,500+ book recommendations from some of the world's most successful and attractive people. This project was the #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt. Jordan sold this project in December 2021.

Prior, Jordan was Head of Design at UpGuard, one of the world's fastest-growing cyber security SaaS platforms, with global customers including NASA and the New York Stock Exchange. He worked closely with the growth and product teams to help improve the UX of their enterprise-level software and the customer experience. I also built and managed UpGuard's new website.

In 2016, Jordan was the second employee at Spaceship. Spaceship was the fastest-growing new entrant in the world, growing to $100m in assets and amassing a 50k+ waitlist in just 3-months. By the time he left in 2019, Spaceship had grown to 60+ employees and $250m in assets. They're now managing over $1bn in assets. He also designed pitch decks that raised $40m+ in venture capital along the way. Hughes has worked with Australian startups that have raised over $110m in funding from some of the most notable investors in the world.