Crucially this role has allowed me to overlap UX-UI design with front-end development so I could continue working across both disciplines to develop working prototypes from designs, create an online Design Systen for both my team and other developers as well as collaborate with developers on the final product, monitoring it for design consistency, efficiency and accessibility.
A project bringing collections of data together for greater convenience and analysis. From chronologies to ranked tables and statistical results - across categories such as People & Politics to Culture & Entertainment, Sport & Recreation to Travel & Transport.
This is a personal project reflecting my interests in statistics, data visualisation and the subjects covered as well as my skills in web and information design.
I joined Australia’s leading travel agency in Summer 2018 in my first Design Lead role to modernise their UK website in both UX and UI respects, improve task management and workflow within the team and direct a Senior and a Junior UX/UI Designer in delivering research, wireframes and design mock-ups of sections of the site to be redesigned. I liaised with stakeholders and developers equally to achieve this.
This role also required greater time with and focus on tools such as SessionCam and Google Optimise from which to determine best approaches to the user experience via A/B testing and analytics.
As a contractor with EdComs (now EverFi) from July to December 2017 I produced UI mock-ups, guidelines and components (including iconography and decorative imagery) plus a homepage car70 in browser for BP's Educational Service website which went live in April 2018. The site offers educational resources for schoolchildren and young adults. This project involved working with sophisticated brand guidelines for a large global corporation and an impetus to provide a responsive website with a modern, dynamic look and feel.
Work as a contractor with EdComs (now EverFi) from July to December 2017 included the design of websites and email templates for BP and Start Profile plus website components for the Premier League's Primary Stars initiative and Public Health England.
The presented screenshots and artwork for My Legal Indemnity Shop include wireframes and prototyping in-browser based on initial user needs and technical requirements, plus examples of the CSS customisation per client.
The UI for this product was developed over four months working from the original specifications but flexible enough, via CSS, to accommodate later changes and new features.
Between 2011 and 2015 I was a Designer and Developer at The National Archives providing graphics, CSS, HTML, jQuery, UI and UX expertise for aty of this large government organisation's microsites and one-off projects contained within the main website.
An extremely ambitious multimedia project I have been working on since 2004 to provide a series of DJ mixes for each year from 1990 to 2009 with a lavish website providing details for each mix.Visit
I created and maintain a responsive WordPress theme for this popular pop culure blog which has been active since the turn of the millennium.
The site has been recently designed from scratch.Visit
I created a Music section on my site featuring a customised video 'jukebox' allowing randomised play of YouTube playlists I created and update along with my collection of Spotify playlists and lists of favourite tracks across a range of categories.Visit
Shameless self promotion but a rare foray into designing for a physical object.
Poster design featuring triadic colour combinations allocated for each edition of the series.
Characters drawn from scratch in Illustrator using a small selection of curved shapes to ensure consistency.
Experimental artwork heavily influenced by the work of Olly Moss.