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Years of experience

Designing + Researching + Developing

For leading brands
around the world
  • Developing Windows 8 minisites
  • UX Design + Development for Channel Nine, including sites and interactive infographics
  • UX design of responsive sites, iOS and Android apps
  • Design + Development of WB minisites
  • UX Design + Prototyping for Twitter's official election site, in association with Channel 9 and Kablamo
  • Design + HTML5 Development for Toyota Landcruiser's roadtrip travel planner and Toyota Camry iPad campaigns
  • Design + Development of online-shopping and voting experience
  • Design + Development of Qantas Frequent Flyer site
  • Development for nab calculators, plus UX Design + Development for UBank iPhone apps
  • Development of Westpac calculators

About me

Hello, I like solving interesting and challenging problems.

My goal is to solve human, technical and business challenges. Whether I'm facilitating research, designing, guiding, coaching or developing, I use my knowledge and appreciation of all disciplines to help inform the task at hand.

I've improved the efficacy of human-centred design capabilities at Qantas, lead User Experience at Nine, had a pivotal role in phasing out paper mail at Australia Post and developed MVC JavaScript frameworks for Westpac.

I've been working at Qantas, reducing the anxiety for 48 million travellers per year. Before that, I was leading a design team at Australia Post, comprising of Product Designers, CX Designers and Service Designers responsible for creating new products and multi-channel services.

We call Sydney and Melbourne our home. We've lived in Sydney for a total of 11 years, 5 years in Melbourne and 2 years in Toronto. With our dog Eggo.

I enjoy giving back to the community, helping with the Service Design Now Conference and volunteering at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre using my human centred design skills to help improve services for new residents in Australia.





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