As a contractor with EdComs from July to December 2017 I led the redesign of BP's Educational Service website producing UI mock-ups, guidelines and components (including iconography and decorative imagery) plus a homepage demo in browser. The site relaunched in April 2018 and offers educational resources for schoolchildren and young adults. This project involved working with sophisticated brand guidelines for a large global corporation and an impetus to provide a responsive website with a modern, dynamic look and feel.
A project bringing collections of data together for greater convenience and analysis. From chronologies to ranked tables and statistical results - across categories such as People & Politics to Culture & Entertainment, Sport & Recreation to Travel & Transport.
This is a personal project reflecting my interests in statistics, data visualisation and the subjects covered as well as my skills in web and information design.
The presented screenshots and artwork for My Legal Indemnity Shop include wireframes and prototyping in-browser based on initial user needs and technical requirements, plus examples of the CSS customisation per client.
The UI for this product was developed over four months working from the original specifications but flexible enough, via CSS, to accommodate later changes and new features.
Between 2011 and 2015 I was a Designer and Developer at The National Archives providing graphics, CSS, HTML, jQuery, UI and UX expertise for a variety of this large government organisation's microsites and one-off projects contained within the main website.