This post is part of my personal portfolio – to illustrate my problem solving skills and mockups to show possible solutions. It loosely follows the CIRCLES product design framework. Comprehend situation – background As part of a new role as Director of a Right to Manage company of an apartment block I’ve taken on a […]
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.
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 year ago when frequenting the […]
Background Maureen Younger is a talented writer, actress and stand up comedian who I’ve had the pleasure of knowing for a couple of years now, having first met through attending the Laughing Cows comedy night she coordinated and compered. During 2015 Maureen has spun out her own brand of comedy: MY Comedy – which is unusual […]
Recently I attended an event at Skype entitled ‘Hey girl, lets talk about UX and gender‘. The synopsis of the event was: We’ve been having a think about what it means to create inclusive designs and work in a diverse team. How is gender identity important (or not) to modern users and what is […]
In this post I share my hands on experiences with Balsamic wire framing mock ups tool through detailing some of the pro’s and con’s I have encountered. Whilst my experiences with Balsamiq Mockups focus on software development use cases, the tool is flexible and multipurpose. As ever, feel free to share your own experiences and […]