An interactive decision aid for patients.
Choosing a treatment option following a diagnosis can often be stressful and confusing. The Option Grid project changes this by guiding patients through a series of frequently-asked questions to allow them to make an informed decision.
The outcome for the patient at the end of the ineractive journey is a read-out of the options they’ve selected along the way. At a glance the patient can easily judge whether they are leaning towards a certain option.
Creating a digital experience for a printed product.
Another Escape is a printed magazine on the subject of creativity and exploration. Working with their in-house designers we created a digital experience allowing selected content to be read online, and an e-commerce facility that could be woven through the content.
Helping to build a FinTech startup
Neyber is a FinTech start-up offering a number of financial products directly to workers via their employer.
As part of the team that created the brand for Neyber, in my role of senior digital designer I developed the brand for digital, assisting with aspects including the naming, tone-of-voice, UX principles and UI style.
Later I joined the Neyber in-house team as a digital designer, where I worked on a range of concepts including a salary-deducted loan product which is now live.
Neyber has since lent over £40million and continues to develop new partnerships with employers.
Who Are You Now?
Telling the stories of brain injury survivors.
Headway East London is a charity that works to support survivors of brain injuries. We worked with them to build Who Are You Now?, a project which tells the stories of their members.
The stories would be up to 10,000 words in length: The challenge therefore was to create a manageable long-form reading experience that could also be enjoyed by those with cognitive impairments.
V&A browser plugin
Discovering an object in a collection of millions.
With over 4.5 million objects in its permanent collection, the V&A is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design. But with such a huge archive to explore, how do you discover the unknown?
In this self-initiated project, in collaboration with designer Gala Jover, we developed a concept for a browser extension which would connect to the V&A Museum’s database API, retrieve an object from the collection at random and display it, each time you open a new tab.
Now available for free download from the Chrome store
Adjustable risk spread for mobile
A simple UI to manage a complex task.
Investment can be bewildering for the uninitiated, so this conceptual product aims to make the experience as simple as possible, enabling the user to create and manage investments on-the-go via their phone.
The exercise here was in creating a tool to allow the adjustment of 5 proportions which would always total 100%.