I’m a soon-to-be graduate with an MSc User Experience Engineering at Goldsmiths looking for a UX role, coming from a background of 8 years working in design and marketing for healthcare. I also work as a freelance designer with clients including national charities.
I'm currently conducting a programme of user research for a charitable arts organisations, to propose a user-centred service based on digital giving.
Technology can't replace seeing and caring about someone in person, we found there was a way to provide reassurance for their loved ones, when they can't be there with them.
How (and why) I took time in the design process for a 'conversation starter' app to create realistic personas based on research, and how these were used to come up with plausible user needs.
My research interests are in the UX of VR headsets and how virtual experiences can help people interact with Arts institutions during the pandemic.
Before enrolling at Goldsmiths, I was working as a Senior Graphic Designer with projects including motion graphics for digital out-of-home, social creative and print. I’m still taking on projects on a freelance basis so feel free to drop me a message.
MSc User Experience Engineering, Goldsmiths, University of London (current)
BA (Hons) Illustration, UCA
BTEC ND Graphic Design, Leeds College of Art
Adobe After Effects CC Masterclass & ACA
Art Direction (short course) at CSM
RetoucherPro at Photography Course London