Based in London, UK I create beautiful usable websites and web applications. I currently work at Ten4 Design in Shoreditch as a User Experience Designer.
My role in a web project spans strategy, design and development. I enjoy creating websites that effectively organise their content, striving to establish simple structured navigation and content allowing a user to effortlessly locate the information they want.
I have a keen interest in accessibility and work to make all my projects as accessible as possible, ensuring they are available to the widest possible audience.
User Experience Design
I believe that a website’s structure and design should first and foremost reflect the primary goals and objectives of the project. With this in mind, I plan & design websites that are accessible and easy to use.
Using a tried and tested process from initial sitemaps/wireframes/sketches to final designs, I have a keen eye for detail and keep working on a project until it is perfect.
From CMS integration such as Expression Engine to bespoke application design, I can utilise technologies like PHP and MySQL to support your user base in the most effective way possible.
Ten4 Design, LondonSeptember 2009 - Present
Currently working as a user experience designer with clients in the music, entertainment and cultural industries.
Brunel UniversitySept. 2005 - Sept. 2009
Bachelor of Science with first class honours in Multimedia Technology and Design with Professional Development.
Mediatonic, LondonJuly 2007 - July 2008
Working at Mediatonic on a year’s industrial placement my role was varied and fast paced, working with clients such as SEGA, EA through to Reliance Security and AstraZeneca.
Graham Hawkes PrizeBrunel University
Awarded the Graham Hawkes Prize for the Best Final Year Project, Publish Core, in the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering in the academic year 2008/09
Project Feature.net Magazine
Joint project with Duncan Stevenson, Accessibility in Focus, was featured in Issue 165 (August 2007) of .Net Magazine. The "Everyone's a winner" feature outlined the project and encouraged people to take part.