A User Experience consultant. Read here about my research, tech adventures and advice for budding developers and UX-ers
Moderation and interviewing are hard. Bloody hard. Conversations in life can be difficult enough, but more so when you need to build rapport with people you’ve never met before from all walks of life all in the space of an hour.
31 January 2018
Take charge of your online retail filters using my 5 tips and tricks.
13 September 2017
Interviewing people struggling with finances
29 July 2017
Discover the issues users are having with online promotions, and how we can improve the experience
30 May 2017
Check out my 5 exercises which I use to aid me to explain what user experience is, to non-techie folk
22 April 2017
Resource post for my team at the Accessibility hackathon, 18th and 19th March
12 March 2017
Culture changes all the around the globe, and UX too changes with it. Join me on this journey, from America, through to Egypt, and all the way to China. Discover the what, why and the how of things that change in the UX.
22 February 2017
When we are in love, we can’t know enough about the other person. We want to be aware of their every hour of the day, explore their desires and absorb their essence. This is UX research.
31 January 2017
International research doesn't have to be expensive. Here I explain a few tricks I go through to discover UX trends across the World Wide Web.
31 December 2016
If there’s one thing I can do, it is talk. All the time. Ask any of my friends. If there’s a topic I’m passionate about, I don’t stop talking about it. But I put my talking to good use. Here are a few of my tips and tricks for presenting!
22 December 2016
During my travels in Mumbai, I connected with a local UX designer to dive right into guerrilla research with Indians. We went through food and retail websites and approached 9 people, with the mission of discovering how Indian people take to interviews and UX research.
18 December 2016
A simple survey for recruiting participants with low confidence with technology.
12 December 2016
The budaya series explores what consistently changes across cultures and how this impacts our UX. Here, we take a look at a high level list of just what aspects of a culture need to be considered when you localise digital services.
20 November 2016
Humans are lazy, and we often choose the quickest and easiest journeys to complete our goals. So our websites need to be clear, make the complex seem easy and be as visible as possible.
18 October 2016
If a button does not look like a button, will people click it? Discover the pschological phenomenons which affect how our users just don't actually see what we put in front of them.
18 September 2016
My advice for on what it means to be a budding programmer and getting into tech.
5 August 2016
UX is all about the user, but no amount of reading, listening or writing can prepare you for the time you actually spend with users. You have no idea who will walk through your door. Learning quickly is an absolute must have skill when it comes to adapting to every persona type imaginable.
1 August 2016
Here I take you through my journey from being a Java developer in the fascinating world of user experience.
31 May 2016
The budaya series is articles exploring what consistently changes across cultures and how this impacts our UX. Here, we start with language. Where it's more than just words that changes.
26 April 2016
My diary thoughts before and after volunteering in Calais.
17 April 2016
11 April 2016