My work. The things I've planned, researched, designed, built, tested and maintained.

Featured projects

Full case studies for each project are on their way - Please bear with me while I pull them all together.


So far this year…

April - present

New job! – ORCID

I'm thrilled to say that in April 2020 I joined ORCID as their UI/UX designer. It turns out that joining an entirely remote, distributed team just before a global pandemic hits isn't a bad move. Once I've got my head straight and my home working desk sorted I'll get back on the updates.

January - April

ControlWorks design system – Capita

A solid few things building the robust foundations for a design system covering multiple next-gen Capita products. Working closely with the wider product, analysis and dev teams I set out a wide range of accessible, flexible components, a new typographic hierarchy and a pared-back, restrained colour palette.

Want to see the older stuff?


The day job

In April 2020 I started as a User Experience designer at ORCID.

I'm currently getting my bearings, working out who's who and what's what and hoping to get some stuff live very soon.

Freelance and side projects

I try to keep my hand in with a number of personal and freelance projects running concurrently with my day job.

I offer UI, UX and IA consultancy and support for long-standing Karyx and Nsource clients.

Before that…

Most recently, I worked as a senior UX designer at Capita Secure Software Solutions where I helped redesign their flagship emergency service control room software, ControlWorks.

Before that I was a User Experience designer at the University of Bath.

And way back in the day…

I was making interactive CD-Roms for the BBC and Carlsberg-Tetley at MousePower in 1996, designing animated e-learning for BP at Nsource in 2000, and creating user-focused, content-driven websites for third sector organisations like the Ethical Trade Initiative and Refugee Action at Karyx until 2013.