It's said good design is invisible and when it comes to usability and accessibility that's spot on. In my work I endeavour to combine this with outstanding experiences that stimulate the senses, bringing ease of use and enjoyment together to create truly outstanding products.
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As a Product Designer at Australia Post working on the Post+ programme I have designed flows and UI concepts for the Method of Payment section of the point of sale system.
As a UX and UI Designer influenced by my background in Creative Design this project was something different and enlightening. It stripped away the more sensory elements of a digital experience and sent me on an interesting and in-depth journey into the complexity of simplicity, applying functionality, usability and accessibility to a complex and technical service.
As Digital Designer at IPPF I was responsible for maintaining the UI, UX and Development of the existing IPPF website and microsites. I was involved in the end to end process, story telling, creating user driven content including targeted landing pages, emails, social media graphics, short films, illustrations as well as UI and development of external microsite for specific campaigns and audiences.
I was commissioned by IFM to work on projects for Highways England, Gatwick City, Houses of Parliament and Source London. Including an online interactive virtual showroom, email templates, social media graphics and short films and animations
I was commissioned to update Ian Flemmings Chitty Chitty Bang Bang landing page to reflect the new book that was being released. Using the provided colour palettes and graphics I designed and developed a fun interactive page for all ages.
The Challenge: Finding new and unique ways to showcase IPPF's work to donor governments, encrouge new user engagement and IPPF subscription.
The Solution: Lets take a trip around the world showcasing IPPF's work in different countries. This interactive tour is an organic project of IPPF's latest achievements, as new countries are added users who have subscribed are notified. The users collect passport stamps as they go creating a fun, interactive and educational experience.
I Decide was an international campaign about woman and girls rights, rolled out in four different languages across 146 countries. Campaigning for the inclusion of a stand alone goal for gender rights and womens empowerment in the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
As the Digital Designer at Octopus Deploy I created illustrated social media, blog and EDM images as well as working on corporate design.