What started out as an interest in user behaviour has now become an obsession. Yep, I'm mad about it. My team at Otto will vouch for that; they've had their fair share of lectures on user experience. Most of my time at Otto is spent rambling on about the user perspective and what design means in this ever changing digital landscape.
My 8 years of experience in digital allow me to bring a careful, considered and knowledgeable approach to every piece of work, be it small or big. Thankfully, it's not just the creative and technical stuff that I know a thing or two about - I also happen to be pretty good at managing people and large projects.
Generally, my philosophy in life is to only do what I love and to always give it my all. Words that best describe me? Hmm let's see... How about obsessive, perfectionsist, creative, scientific and thinker.
UX design, UI design, user centred design, user journey development, red route analysis, user research< interaction design, responsive design, front end development, wireframe design, protoyping, conceptualisation, information architecture design, visual design, usability analysis
Digital strategy & brand development, conversion optimisation, AB/multi variant testing, analytics, SEO
Team leadership, team coaching & development, executive board level engagement, project management, managing agencies
While most of my time is taken up at FGH, I occasionally freelance as a UX consultant (There's a few recent bits below for you to have a look at). To see any of my work at FGH to date, you'll have to get in touch. Sadly, due to the profile and confidentiality of my work I can't plaster it all over this site. I have however worked across multiple platforms and won several awards for my efforts, including recognition from Google for a new mobile phone site.
If you'd like to have a chat about my services and availability to work on projects then feel free to drop me an email. If email isn't your thing, you can get hold of me on twitter or LinkedIn. Failing that, on occasion I've responded to the bat signal, although I can't make any promises.