Tim Ostler

Tim Ostler

User ResearcherLondon, United Kingdom
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Tim Ostler

Tim Ostler

User ResearcherLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a Researcher I have been eliciting and documenting information from individuals for 35 years. I have been conducting usability studies for 20 years. I am a Reinventor I produce ideas about how real-world ethnographic behaviour can be embedded in a site or app's framework and capabilities and radically streamline the user journey
Projects credited in
  • O2 website homepage re-design
    O2 website homepage re-designO2 came to us with a massive task; to help them redefine the role of digital, both for their customers and within their business. We responded by creating a uniquely collaborative relationship that challenged the typical boundaries of client and agency. Working together in a series of bespoke Tribal-lead workshops, we explored the notion of what digital meant in an age of changing customer behavior and shifting technology. Our insights helped 02 to understand its potential for greater heights of digital excellence. Working with the business, we set out to create a simpler experience that would always put the user needs first. One that fused e-commerce with emotion. A new user experience, coupled with a clean, responsive interface and a design toolkit helped to create a site that felt memorable, desirable and essential. O2 saw increased web traffic, an impressive 20% uplift in sales, plus a huge decrease in customer service calls, saving an estimated £1.5 million a year. Most importantly customers old and new loved it, winning the site the people’s choice for 2014 Website Of The Year.
  • Budweiser Ice Cold Index
    Budweiser Ice Cold IndexPeople in the UK & Eire have always been fascinated by the weather but we wanted to take this interest to reach new heights by making people feel part of the opportunity - a participation platform called ‘The Budweiser Ice Cold Index’ The centrepiece of the integrated campaign was an innovative mobile app which utilised e-vouchering technology to match real Irish temperatures and weather conditions in order to offer discounts off a pint of Budweiser. Put simply - the hotter the day the less you pay
  • UX Architecture
  • UX Consultancy
  • User Research
  • Experience Design
  • Interaction Design
  • UX Strategy
  • User Journeys
  • Service Design
  • Content Strategy
  • Analytic Skills