My work. I plan, research, design, build, test and maintain.
What am I doing right now?
As of May 2018:
Improving the mobile navigation on the University of Bath site.
The current implementation, a tiered, fixed navigation is *so* big it obscures almost all page content on smaller devices. This is obviously far from ideal. I’m in the thick of testing out nav prototypes built with InVision Studio.
Mapping out user journeys for The Hairforce
Getting to the nitty-gritty of smoothing out the user flow for the upcoming new Hairforce site.
And before that?
Since 2014 I’ve been working as a User Experience designer at the University of Bath.
During my time there I've:
- designed and built a bespoke publishing platform
- developed Origins, our beta design language
- redesigned the application journey
- developed Lens, our new design system
And way, way back…
I was making interactive CD-Roms for the BBC and Carlsberg-Tetley at MousePower in 1996, designing animated e-learning for BP for 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.
I've done the rounds and am hugely proud to have made wonderful things for such wonderful people.