Hi. I’m Eoin McCann, a digital designer, originally from N. Ireland and based in London with over 6 years of experience in the industry. As a multidisciplinary creative, I offer a versatile but focused skill-set capable of producing tailored solutions, that not only aim to exceed client expectations, but engage brands with their audiences and ensure they continue to adapt and evolve in the digital landscape.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working within the Digital Design team in the award winning commercial department of the Telegraph, I’m responsible for creating engaging, interactive solutions to client briefs, and delivering them to the Telegraph audience. My responsibilities at the Telegraph involve team leadership, managing freelancers, and working closely with developers to ensure the finest UX and design is achieved throughout web production.
I helped generate original and creative concepts for projects across all platforms along with well-reasoned rationales to support them. I was involved with end to end digital project work, including information architecture, wireframes, user interface design, developer consultation, design templates, review and testing development, population of content and launch co-ordination.
I contributed to creative briefs and developed creative solutions for a wide variety of different clients, both print and digital, producing mainly web visuals, responsive designs for mobile, tablet and web and user interface designs. I was also involved with working on various marketing collateral including the creation of corporate identities, branding, advertising, brochures and leaflets.
I developed a diverse range of skills, ranging from interaction and user interface design, to web, graphic and service design. Examples of the things I designed included applications, digital products and social networks, while producing various digital and print-based media
The Telegraph helping Kia achieve their Europe 2016 goals
I designed an addictive, shareable penalty shootout game to help Kia and the Telegraph add to the excitement of Euro 2016. Players tested themselves – 128,000 times in all – against former England goalkeeper David James for the chance to win a Kia Sportage. The campaign drove to Kia nearly 4,000 brochure requests and 941 test drives.