Allow me to introduce myself...
With over 10 years of commercial experience working with numerous companies and their digital products I have developed a wide range of skills that allow me to scope a project, business and it's users and deliver engaging digital products. Beyond UX I also take a client and project through it's visual design phase and deliver responsive front end prototypes that I user test on the numerous gizmo’s and gadgets out there today.
After graduating from Camberwell College of Arts way back at the beginning of the millennium when the dot-com bubble burst I took an ‘extended soujourn’ around New Zealand, France and California persuing the outdoors and teaching many of the activities one can experience in them. Returning from travels in 2004 I settled into the online industry as a digital designer for clients such as ASOS, Tesco and Sony PlayStation. Since then I have worked client-side and at agencies and have continued to develop my design skills, encompassing visual design, user experience and front end coding in order to deliver considered products and campaigns.
When I'm not at work you’ll find me out running and biking on the hills or woods (desperately trying to beat people on Strava) and competing in numerous events across the UK and Europe including ToughMudder and The Beachyhead Marathon (occasionally dressed as a superhero). When I’m not doing that I’ll be enjoying a good local ale and some music with friends. Due to the demands of the above you won't find my thoughts on Twitter but you will find me speaking at UX Brighton (youtube) or at Parkrun most Saturdays.