Product Designer - UX, Design, Code


Sabotage Times
Product designer / lead UX & lead visual designer

Refresh of the site frontend, taking the original design aesthetic and rebuilding to improve content layout, content cross-linking, and general ux of site.

UK Drugs Policy Commission
Product designer / lead UX & lead visual designer

A new website build from scratch, to replace their dated 6 year old site. Our primary objective was to present their body of research reports and other content via a fast, easy to use, enjoyable interface. I led on concept dev, ux and design of the document browser. We knew we\'d managed it after receiving feedback stating "it was the best document browser they\'d ever used".

Maths Champions
Visual designer, Coding

The TUC needed a new site for their Maths Champion campaign. The primary aim was to communicate (and educate) a range of user-types across a broad demographic. I started from wireframes, user-flows and initially developed designs. I reworked these into a full set of page designs. I also worked on the frontend page markup, and implemented the responsive nav

Acumen Third Sector
Product designer / lead UX & visual designer

The complete re-build of the site for the co-op digital agency of which I'm a partner. I produced the motion video on the homepage. This site it pretty dated now, we'll be making a fresh new shiny responsive version soon :)

Product designer / lead UX & lead visual designer

Netfuse needed a completely new, better looking, more usable site. An innovative comms service provider, the site has to present and explaining a number of fairly technical service packages to visitors with various degrees of technical understanding.

Co-Founder, Production, UX, Design, Marketing

Nexuslive was the online video startup I co-founded back in the mid-2000's. My role was varied, leading on the product design, marketing, branding, web-development, proposal development, show development, storyboarding, broadcast production, live show direction and broadcast training. We won awards, a 20k NESTA innovation grant and were commissioned by Channel4. The site is now, unfortunately, dead!