My professional life started in recruitment and hospitality. In both industries, I noticed that I enjoyed providing people with something that they both appreciated and enjoyed. When I began to ask myself why people wanted things, I became more and more interested in psychology. This took me on a journey into the world of UX.
I wanted to invest and truly immerse myself, so I enrolled in a General Assembly UX Design Immersive course.
I've always been interested in the arts - I love music and drawing; combining my interest in human psychology with my creative side was a no-brainer. I now passionately believe in good design and love to showcase this wherever I can.
I must stress that every project provides different challenges; there is no 'one size fits all' formula, but the double diamond allows for a framework to help maintain a general structure.
I have experience in interviewing, competitive research, usability testing, affinity mapping, information architecture, wireframing and prototyping.
Figma is my tool of choice but I also can use Sketch and Adobe XD.
when I'm not working....
If you can't find me busy in the world of UX, I'm either drawing, playing music, watching football or travelling around the world in search of new experiences.
I also love meeting other designers and anyone else interested in design - drop me an email if you'd like to chat over a coffee!