Interactive Motion Graphic About Sleep

Interactive Motion Graphic About Sleep

According to the NHS UK, sleep deprivation can have profound consequences on an individual’s physical health. It can cause an increased risk of serious medical conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes and shorten overall life expectancy. More

GetSafeOnline.org Motion Graphic

GetSafeOnline.org Motion Graphic

GetSafeOnline aims to be the UK’s leading information resource for helping protect people, finances, devices and businesses from online fraud and abuse. However, GetSafeOnline’s content has been labelled an “expensive flop”, as collectively they cost more than £12 million to design and develop, but there have only been viewed 1.9 million times across 2 years and 10 months. More

Sky X Red Bull - Formula 1 App Redesign

Sky X Red Bull - Formula 1 App Redesign

F1 is the second most popular sport in the Sky digital portfolio and over the next 6 years, Sky has unparalleled access to Formula 1 content and data. With new technology and innovation being at the forefront of the sport, this project aims to transform how fans watch Formula 1, with the Sky Sports smartphone app at the core. Whether you’re a fanatic or newbie to Formula 1, the purpose... More

Sky Home Mesh - UX Design - App Concept

Sky Home Mesh - UX Design - App Concept

I was given a brief by Leeds Sky UK for a new app for their Sky Broadband customers. The brieff was ‘the app should provide customers with a clear visual representation of their home network setup and aid understanding of the relationship between their hub and speed to their connected devices, usage and signal strength. More

Colouring Book for KvK

Colouring Book for KvK

For my girlfriend’s birthday, I made her a colouring book, filled with outlined drawings of some of our favourite photos. I traced each image using an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, then created the book in Adobe inDesign, then printed the book professionally. More

How UX Design is utilised in mobile banking apps, to make them intuitive and beneficial for users

How UX Design is utilised in mobile banking apps, to make them intuitive and beneficial for users

Theme and Case Studies Considering the design principles of information design, this case study aims to understand how Gestalt principles, data graphics and Hick’s law can be used to make mobile banking more intuitive and beneficial for users. In 2017, 22 million people managed their financial current account through their phone and it is predicted that 72% of the UK population will use mobile banking by 2023 (Peachey, 2018). A... More

Are we ready for a virtual designated driver?

Are we ready for a virtual designated driver?

Since 2009, Google has iterated through four generations of driverless vehicles. Now Google have a real dependable prototype, which has been developed to work on motorways and in complex environments such as city streets, with over 1.5 million self driving miles under their belt [1]. More

Modernest Style Lamp

Modernest Style Lamp

One of my A-Level (aged 17) Product Design assignments was to make ‘something (from scratch) inline with modernest style’. Thus, I took inspiration from Sir Norman Foster’s synonymous modernest style. More

My Dog, Jeff

My Dog, Jeff

I have a ‘healthy’ obsession towards my Cavalier Spaniel and Poodle crossbreed (Cavapoo) dog, called Jeff. As such, here are few Photoshop doodle’s I have made with Jeff as my inspiration. More

American Road Trip Blog

American Road Trip Blog

In 2013 my family and I embarked on a road trip coast-to-coast across the United States of America. I created this blog using Anchor, a CMS (content management system). This blog was updated almost daily throughout the 2 month adventure. More

Flatpack Deer Head

Flatpack Deer Head

One of my A-Level (aged 17) Product Design assignments was to make something from a piece of 30x30cm plywood. I decided to draw and laser cut a ‘flatpackable’ mounted deer head, as I have always liked how striking real life mounted deer heads look, but obviously disagree with unnecessarily killing of an animal for aesthetics. More

London Olympics Activity Game

London Olympics Activity Game

For my GCSE (aged 16) Graphics coursework, I created an ‘Activity Games’ pack, inspired by the then current 2012 London Olympics. Below are some images of the final outcome. The full development for this project can be found in the embedded pdf portfolio below. More