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HEY, I’M YAN.
I DESIGN WEBSITES
AND HELP BUILD COMMUNITIES AROUND BRANDS.

WEB DESIGN
& DEVELOPMENT

LOGO & GRAPHIC
DESIGN

SOCIAL MEDIA,
CONTENT & PODCASTS

WHY I DO WHAT I DO

I was a strange bird in the environment of the southern city of Beer Sheva, Israel. A quirky, slightly effeminate kid who was bullied by the boys and wasn’t one of the girls. At school I could hear kids laughing behind my back. To avoid being picked on on the street, I usually crossed to the other side if I saw a group of boys coming towards me. Nevertheless, I refused to change who I was, and hoped that someday somehow I’d feel like I belong. Read more

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YOU MAY KNOW ME FROM…

Jerusalem post

Pop App

Tablet

Daddy Squared

The Forward

Imperfect Thing Called Love

Times of Israel

HuffPost

DADDY SQUARED

Daddy Squared: The Gay Dads Podcast co-hosted and produced by Yanir Dekel. Tackling gay, parenting, and everything in between. Greatest Hits special now available!

Daddy Squared website features Yanir’s parenting blog, resources, lists and tips for parents and a fuller podcast experience. Don’t miss the free download of Divas coloring book!

WHAT MY CLIENTS SAY…

“Let’s put first thing first: Working with Yan on rebranding my business was a real treat for us. His ability to execute a vision in a way that for times I had felt he was literally in my mind taking pictures of my vision and turning it real.
Communication was beyond my expectations and delivery was always on time.
There’s no doubt that Yan will remain my go-to person for any graphic design and social media work in the future.”

— Ilan Halfon, CEO FitMeEverywhere.com

“Yanir is a pleasure to work with. His creativity, and ability to come up with fun and inventive designs, lends excitement to everything he creates. Friendly and helpful, he always completes tasks on-time and is clear about what is possible. Most designers overcharge and under deliver, something that has never happened with Yanir. I would recommend him for any of your needs. You won’t be sorry!”

— Ruth Irving, Temple Director