I am passionate about the web, and the mass of technologies and platforms that are going to be able to use it in the future. I want to be part of that future, and I want to make the experience of using those applications easy, engaging and fun by design.
I believe that simplicity is beauty in all design contexts. From interfaces to interiors to architecture to graphic design. I am often told I am one of the few designers who really ‘gets’ usability. By putting people at the heart of the design process – from brief to execution, I aim to deliver top-notch design which not only looks stunning, but delivers task completion with ease, and maybe even a dash of happiness..
I believe that simplicity is beauty
I have twelve years experience designing and making web experiences, eight of which working within an agency environment. I come with a particularly broad skill set and specialise in design and art direction, creative concepting and the design and build of standards compliant and accessible XHTML utilising semantic mark-up and unobtrusive scripting.
I put people at the heart of the design process – from brief to execution. By ascertaining user goals, and measuring against those goals, I aim to deliver top notch design which not only looks stunning, but delivers task completion with ease.
At home I live in a Sussex village with my wife, two sons and small scruffy dog called Poppy. Whilst I spend my days dealing with the frustrations of technology, I like to go home and to be able to reconnect with nature whenever I can. I also love the rich history that comes with living in a small English village.
I get really excited about the up and coming advancements in technology. It fascinates me how this is going to affect our lives, how great it could make our lives, and the moral and social issues around these technologies. I can’t wait to get involved in the interface and experience design of these technologies in the future.