I sit at the intersection of design and front-end development. Equally comfortable with creative and technical work, I lead projects from design through to implementation. I typically work alone on small to medium size projects where my expertise across multiple disciplines allows me to take a unified approach.
Part of my work involves looking at the details of digital experiences – the things you read, click, search, tap, drag, delete, edit. These basic interactions are themselves composed of many intricate pieces that need to be carefully designed and built. But my job is about more than just details. I’m also responsible for shaping them into coherent, satisfying user experiences that best meet the needs of organisations and the people they serve.
With more than a decade of varied experience working with agencies, start-ups and think tanks, I’ve helped all sorts of clients build all sorts of things. My most recent work includes visualising hundreds of thousands of data points across seventeen years of opinion polls. I have also just completed a family of bespoke typefaces for a well-known internet platform.
In fact, I moonlight as a type designer, and a number of my fonts are available on this site. You can find a mix of other side projects here, too. If you like word games, try Shortlist. And if you need a way to build and share simple online tools, TakeyMakey might be perfect for you.
If you are interested in working together, please get in touch.