I'm a designer with skills in branding, visual, and interaction design. My biggest achievements of the last couple of years have been 1] becoming design lead at Mint Digital2] quitting to cycle 7000 miles3] having a Drake meme nominated for a Webby*.
I'm now going back to work after nine months of roaming and i'm looking for design related opportunities: big, small, home or away — email me.
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation's website is both a hub for the charity's mission, news, and fundraising, and a huge set of resources and tools for paralysis sufferers seeking help. I was responsible for defining the visual design and the primary UX and navigation patterns across the site.
Socks the colour of the tube - a pun turned product I created at Mint. I designed the socks, brand, and website, and put a system in place for orders to be fulfilled and shipped from our custom Shopify store.
Tube Socks reached the end of the line a few months after I left Mint in 2016. Read a brief post-mortem from Mint CEO Tim Morgan here.
I assisted with user research and early proposition testing on a new Tesco Clubcard product. Later I contributed illustration and defined the visual style for a prototype product built over four days.
The tool allowed customers to understand their shopping habits and make better decisions around spending and health.
Mint Digital, 2013.
Design, branding and illustration for an online wine club.
After I conducted interviews around wine drinking habits, a more youthful, whimsical approach was taken.
Mint Digital, 2013.
Secret 7" 2014 / 15 / 16
For the last three years i've had sleeve designs selected for Secret 7", exhibted and auctioned for charity alongside artists such as Jake & Dinos Chapman, Paul Smith.
Personal, 2014 — 16
T-Rex — Get It On, 2014
The Supremes — Reflections, 2015
John Lennon — Imagine, 2016
Music Tech Meetup
Branding for Mint's Music Tech Meetup. Inspired by digital interpretations of analogue sound.
Mint Digital, 2014.
A curated showcase of the best design portfolios on the web, hand picked by me. I felt a one-stop place for portfolio inspiration would be a useful resource for any designer thinking about how to present their work online.
The blog gained over 3000 followers in the first 3 months, and has since featured interviews with internationally renowed designers.
In my time at Mint I lead the overhaul our website twice, created an epic timeline documenting 10 years of the company being alive, and numerous identities, icons, and illustrations for internal projects, events and initiatives.