User Interface & User Experience Design(PORTFOLIO)
Improving user interfaces and user experience with the aid of workflow, wireframing and prototyping techniques. This agile approach quickly gets across visual and structural cues to achieve the desired goals with effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction.
Slick reports and killer presentations. Slide designs that are readable and enjoyable to watch with a punch to get you and your brand noticed.
Since the 90’s I’ve covered a number of disciplines across the digital spectrum, from web design, user experience and user interface, to project management of some fabulous and exciting digital services and solutions. With an eye for detail I am methodical and level headed in the execution of assignments. I am adept at managing expectations within a pressurised environment across the full length of the project life cycle.
I’ve designed a number of websites for the Australian travel industry in the late 90’s and early 2000, before managing and designing the user experience and interface of the Viator affiliate programs and online B2B delivery systems, which included working with Hotwire, Qantas Holidays, Worldspan and Lonely Planet.
By the end of the noughties I took a more managerial role with The Farm Digital. I was grateful to have managed the delivery of some ground breaking solutions, including Air New Zealand’s “Home Sweet As” campaign, a 3-D world for The Wiggles, Mitsubishi Motors national website, and the design of the Qantas touch screen check-in services.
More recently, I have been working with Adventium Technology to redesign their online travel platform for both suppliers, agents and direct customer markets. I have also worked for Literacy Planet to carve a new UI/UX direction for the online service across PC and tablet to better engage the middle school market.
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I work remotely. I travel to meet and talk to people just like you. In the age of the cloud, with online meetings and communication tools and services it is remarkable just how easily I CAN be contacted.