I redesigned the website for Crystal Palace Festival 2018. https://crystalpalacefestival.org/
I designed the website and brand for Bloody Good Period, a social enterprise that provides menstrual products to asylum seekers.
I also built and managed a network of talented creatives to make content for our social media channels.
It’s a case study of how I’ve implemented UX design and strategy to get incredible and measurable success - read the full write-up here.
I designed an app to help people manage their asthma better.
You can read the full case study here.
Digital Artwork for Bloody Good Period social media campaign, 2017. Featured in Vogue as the lead image for an article on the founder.
Advertising one of the upcoming talks featuring Dr Jonathan Copley.
Designing icons is something I love to do. I made these for my portfolio to illustrate a few aspects of the UX process.
I designed the programme placeholders for when there were breaks between scheduled talks during the live stream.
Showing support for Christine Blasey-Ford during the Kavanaugh hearings, 2018.
I designed their website and logo. The current website is just out of MVP and is set to grow alongside the organisation as its progresses in it’s mission.
I couldn’t find any icons relating to periods that I liked so I designed my own set of tampons, pants, and pads.
Responsive web design for a bike shop in South London.
Website redesign for Media Gang, a company who specialise in in ambient and guerilla marketing.
I conducted a deep usability audit for Organize which informed their website redesign. I analysed loads of visitor data to understand areas for improvement as well as conducting user research to make practical recomendations to optimise their website.
Organize are a non-profit social enterprise who want to encourage more people to become organ donors by transforming the system.