At 16 years old I designed something for my brother's wheelchair, from then onwards I realised design has the impact to change lives.
Over the last ten years I have created user-centred experiences and digital products that inspire, help, and also solve problems. I am an British UX designer turned Product Designer based in Los Angeles. I studied at Central St Martins which brings people from all over the world together, each with their own views and cultures. I learnt that we’re all different but design is a universal language.
My passion lies in helping people and making a positive impact through design. As a creative problem solver I love asking questions to discover unmet user needs and identify opportunities to create meaningful changes.
I’ve always been focused on improving diversity and inclusion in UX and Technology through representation, encouragement and inspiration. I’m a part of the Ladies That UX global leadership team that oversees 88 chapters in the world with 25 chapters across North America.
I look at design as a team sport - how we all have different roles but the same goal, together we can create great outcomes. Team work is highly important to me, I love being apart of a team. Fun fact - I represented Great Britain in a team sport in a number of European and world championships.
Central St Martins BA Graphic Design
GA Front End development
Brighton and Hove City Council
Greater London Authority
The Crown Estate
The Office Group
Since moving to Los Angeles I’ve made a new best friend. She’s called The Sun. We spend our weekends together cavorting in the sea, hiking (walking) and exploring architecture.
I also coach an Under 14 girls soccer team, where I have learnt that I’m not cool enough for tik tok.
I have instagram but it’s for friends only, here’s a sneak peek.
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