A multi-touch table top interactive brainstorming system to help facilitate designers brainstorm techniques efficiently and dynamically.
As part of my university assessment for Advanced Design and Evaluation of Interactive Systems. We used an iterative design process, which encompassed understanding and evaluating the users, using techniques such as critical incident interviews and task analyse. Then, inventing new ideas through oral brainstorming and sketching, and prototyping with paper and a first video prototype, and finally evaluating the system with heuristics, critiques and walkthroughs. We then went back through the process to improve and redesign the system in to the final video prototype.
My Master thesis presents a user study aiming at examining the effect of location sharing feedback on users’ privacy behaviour when presented as a continuous feedback, and with a heat map. Ultimately I found neither of the feedback methods have any impact on their activity, however, a correlation between privacy concern and privacy behaviour is found.
During a 2 week summer school in Helsinki, Finland, as a group, we were challenged with brainstorming and developing a new business innovation around the area of smart spaces. We presented a new interactive system for fitness studios to help schedule gym equipment during peak times.
As well as brainstorming, we made quick paper prototypes, developed a business model canvas and a pitch deck, which we presented at the end of the 2 weeks and were awarded with winning the smart spaces summer school as Best Entrepreneurial Team.
National Railway Enquiries
NRE is the leading website in the UK for rail travel including train company information and promotions, train times, fares enquiries, ticket purchase and train running information.
During my time as a UI developer, I maintained the front-end web presence as well as developing many improvements and new features. I also developed the mobile website and took part in the front-end development of a NRE desktop application for the launch of Windows 8
An interactive system, using PICO projectors, to combat boredom and annoyance while having to wait at an airport.
As part of my university assessment for a HCI Bootcamp. Over the course of a week we used an iterative design process, using techniques such as critical incident interviews and grounded theory. Then, inventing new ideas through oral brainstorming and video brainstorming, and prototyping with paper and a first video prototype, and finally evaluating the system with focus groups and generative walkthroughs. We then went back through the process to improve and redesign the system in to the final video prototype.
A mapping application for creators, allowing people to share personalised maps with others for recommendations and personalised tours.
As a Front-end web developer, I created many small web projects for Canon Cameras. Some example screen shots can be seen to the right.
The first is a registration portal for the Canon.ID which was included in a bigger Irista project. The second I was on a freelance project, creating a responsive website for reading articles.
The Bubble Cursor
Extension of the bubble cursor in to a context menu, where the menu items' sizes increase depending on the frequency of clicks. Thus, facilitating access to the most frequent items making menu selecting more instinctive and gesture-like
Smith & Nephew
Smith & Nephew specialise in Advanced Wound Management and Surgical Devices for Orthopaedic Reconstruction, Sports Medicine and Trauma.
Nytol sleeping aids required a visually impactful website to showcase their products to potential customers.
I am an avid, enthusiastic volunteer and love to help out in any way I can. Some of the volunteer projects I helped out in, that I'm most proud of include, Kick-off events, conferences, meetups for my University program (EIT Digital), The London Olympic and Paralympic games 2012 and I'm always happy to help friends out with websites, photoshoots, and their own events.
I enjoy being an active participant of many industry related events, such as workshops, lectures and meetups.
Recently I started getting involved with UX workshops. At the workhops, we identify key fall out points in a client’s website, which is trying to engage with users. We then develop our ideas, create quick paper wireframe prototypes and then create digital versions in Sketch and present them back to the client. I am hoping to get more involved in these workshops, by helping with hosting future events.
As part of my university assessment for Creative Design. The Twitter Clock is a simple web app concept to tell the time through tweets, by searching tweets that mention the specific time and following on with what the person tweeted about at that specific time. The aim is to make the clock funny and more personal by providing twitter "reviews" of the specific times.