This post shares a product concept I drafted to showcase my product and user oriented approach to solving business problems. At the end of the post you can see my output – which I shared with a hiring manager for a role I was subsequently offered back in 2019.
Discover how authenticity, learning and passion have led to a successful career in back office Banking; and how confidence and people have contributed to my retention, and ultimately led to me turning the page on the next chapter of my career.
This post is to illustrate the CIRCLES product design framework. It is applied to a space optimisation problem I encountered at the block where I live. Expand each step of the CIRCLES mnemonic in this post to read how the example unfolds and the solutions it leads us towards.
This post is part of my personal portfolio – to illustrate my requirement writing, problem solving and UX analysis skills. It follows a UX case study for a small UI tweak I proposed for my gym providers app – a UX tweak which could collectively save gym members an estimated 116 days of time per year. Read on to find out how.
As part of my ongoing mentoring, I’ve been exploring my motivations around work and how I achieve a healthy work/life balance. Here are my top 10 list – shared for your curiosity. Have a read, and feel free to share your own perspectives and top motivations for comparison
The Old Ship is a local, independently run pub in the heart of historic Limehouse, London. It bills itself as a friendly pub which is open to all, and has weekly cabaret nights which draw a large and diverse crowd. I started looking at the Old Ship’s digital presence a Read more…
Off the back of 2015’s Out & Equal Summit in Dallas I designed a visual and reusable resource that can be shared by individuals or organisations to create discussion with potential allies and LGBT folks with the aim of activating them to be visible and more actively involved with promoting Read more…