Based in Sydney, Australia.
Working remotely with a team of educators I designed and developed an educational web platform for teachers and students, used in classrooms across Australia.
My case study details the challenges using technology in the classroom and how I was able to balance design and development in this hybrid role.
Wriveted finds books that match a child’s interests, increasing their desire to read and improving literacy. As a developer, I helped support the Wriveted team build their 1st MVP.
My case study reflects on the opportunity for low code prototypes to enable a lean approach and playing with hardware to deliver a memorable user experience.
The ELSA program brings STEM Learning to early years educators and children. As a UX Designer I supported the design process of 6 native apps across iOS and Android, tablets and phones.
My case study details the challenges of user testing with preschoolers and some insights on how to apply technology effectively in an early childhood service.
The Happy People program is a 4 week wellbeing campaign for businesses delivered as a web app. I co-designed the app with experts and users through an exhaustive prototyping approach enabled by Framer.js and Sketch.
In my case study I reflect on how prototyping can help drive decisions and push for strong design outcomes, and the right way to deliver prototypes to your team.
I have a background in print design, it's where I first fell in love with product design. I still scratch that itch by making zines from time to time. One of my latest series of zine were constituted of 3 booklets that contained my small observations about Life, Love and Death. A tiny run of 200, printed by me on 100% Cotton paper with a Heidelberg Platen Letterpress Printer.
If you'd like to see some of my older, goofier work please check out this archived site.
I respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. I acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.
Always was, always will be, Aboriginal Land.