London based designer with a deep-rooted passion for the web and digital technology, currently interested in Product Design and UX roles after over 3 years of experience in a wide range of working environments (agency, in-house and start-up). I now want to specialise and spend the large majority of my time designing meaningful user experiences and clear user interfaces, preferably in-house or in a start-up environment, where I can continue to develop my skills amongst like-minded individuals and become an integral part of a team that’s pushing boundaries. Outside of the world of the design I'm an avid climber, training 4-5 times a week with yoga on the side, and getting out to different parts of the world as often as my time and money will allow.Locked Pro Plan feature
Lead the recent design of an internal communications hub for AXA PPP Healthcare, which included running my first workshop with senior management and end users, organising and prioritising content, creating site maps, wireframes and page designs, and presenting at every stage of the process. Supported the resident UX designer on a number of projects before his departure, including sites for Sky Business, New Covent Soup and Union Coffee. Worked closely with a senior UX consultant on the redesign of a money transfer app for Opal Transfer, providing research and insight, as well as design concepts during the discovery phase.
Completed a responsive redesign of Hyundai’s Affinity platform, which serves as a portal for browsing, configuring and purchasing discounted Hyundai vehicles, as well as being responsible for the visual upkeep of Hyundai’s UK website and some social media assets. I also worked closely with the Head of Design and Creative Director on pitches for a variety of clients.
Worked as part of the web team, attending weekly comms meetings and creative reviews while managing content and visual assets for the site, and designing and sending a variety of email campaigns. Additionally I produced a comprehensive site template and homepage concept, which made its way into the companies weekly creative review and was well received.