I’m the Experience Design Director / Street Geek™ at 72andSunny in Amsterdam.
My passion for design lies in crafting experiences that solve real problems, in a simple way.
I think and plan strategically to design across the full lifecycle of the UX process, from research to prototyping, usability testing to UI and, if needed, I can turn designs into reality through code. But keep that one quiet, ok? (shhhhh!). I roll my sleeves up and get hands on.
Designing with informed decisions, I understand that a fantastic experience is one where the combination of how things look, read and work end up providing true value for people.
The driving force behind everything I do is the impact that design can have on people.
Who have I worked with?
Over the last 14 years, I’ve had the privilege of working with some amazing people and companies including 72andSunny, BFI, General Assembly, Unilever, Velocity Partners, Depop, JUST EAT, Havas Media, KIA, Inmarsat, Emirates, The National Lottery, Hyundai, Time Out, The Guardian, Hilton International and The Virgin Group.
I love to teach and learn from others
I was previously a lead instructor at General Assembly and a Lead Tutor at The Guardian in London, teaching over 400 people from a wide variety of backgrounds to learn about the user experience and blogging.
I share my experiences, thoughts, and opinions
Some recent articles:
- “Ask a UXpert: What is the best way to prevent getting too attached to your designs?” (Adobe)
- The experience of having experience: My story about being an Instructor at General Assembly. (Medium)
- How to use Kaizen thinking to design better (Marvel)
Kind words others have said about working with me
Recommendations are a very important part of growing my personal network. Read what people have said when working with me on past projects.
And, if you really need to do some further reading, then my LinkedIn profile should help you out with that. 😎
Have a design challenge that you’d like help with?
Drop me a line and let’s discuss how design can help your business – Get in touch