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...

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...

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.

Merlot Red Magazine

Merlot Red Magazine

This project was about creating a magazine theme using one colour and representing its meaning through the overall design.

Arup Design x University of Sheffield - Diamond Sensor Farm

Arup Design x University of Sheffield - Diamond Sensor Farm

On the basis of my dissertation about Smart Building data visualisation, I was contracted by the University of Sheffield and Arup to design and develop a VR system that provides intuitively visual representations of the internal and external environment of the University of Sheffield’s Diamond Smart Building. The graphical data visualisation techniques I am designing aim to aid performance analysis of the ventilation system in the atrium of the building....

Computer Science Dissertation 🖥 - Smart Building Data Visualisation with VR

Computer Science Dissertation 🖥 - Smart Building Data Visualisation with VR

The University of Sheffield’s Diamond building was designed to be a ’Smart Building’. As such, it contains approximately three thousand sensors which report data about the Diamonds internal environment, including temperature, humidity, CO2 levels, seat occupancy, lighting and heating status to a database called a Building Management System (BMS). Given the quantity of data recorded in the Diamond’s BMS, simplex numerical figures of the building’s environment are difficult to understand....