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After working in IT support for a few years I felt my true passion was in ui design and coding. I began studying and practicing my skills in the evenings, after work or on the weekends. I eventually put together a body of work and was able to land a design position, I never looked back.
Energetic and passionate industrial designer that thrives on challenges and complex problems. In essence, a creative ‘ideas guy’ with the skills and dedication to implement those ideas. I have a passion for designing innovative and user centered experiences. I love conceptualising, prototyping and designing interactive products/ services that people love. I like working in multidisciplinary teams where I can use design thinking to solve problems. I have strong product and user research skills and I enjoy working with users and clients to develop products that exceed their expectations. Having successfully worked with globally recognised companies such as Orange, LaPoste (French postal service), and Renault during my studies at Strate C., and as a freelancer during a year after, I have gained knowledge in the field of user experience, interaction and service design. In essence, my work has turned problems into innovative concepts and designs with real commercial value.
My particular skill set is in working with existing institutions and companies to build a UX strategy and a UX project road map, something which I achieved from scratch in a university environment. I have an analytical and strategic approach to helping bridge the gap between, stakeholders, customers and technology. I can sell UX ideas and methods to the senior managers at the highest level and make sure UX projects deliver what is needed and align with existing IT strategy and governance.
I began working in advertising in 2004 as a front end developer, moving into User Experience Design in 2007. During my career I have been exposed to a wide range of working practices, industries, and methodologies, and have had the opportunity to work with some of the worlds leading brands and talents. This includes clients such as Unilever, Diageo, Sainsbury’s, Orange, Nokia, Sky, Nike, Nissan, Heineken, Barclays, NatWest, TFL, FCC, Microsoft, and numerous others.
Seeing the industry develop over a decade and remaining on the cutting edge has allowed me to help a number of companies develop their processes and capabilities. This has been from more functional work flows and best practices, to team building and promoting the skill throughout the broader business.
Someone who enhances the content and appearance of a system so that users enjoy the experience and get out of the visit exactly what they want.
What are a UX Developers roles and responsibilities?
UX developer vs UI Designer
The Designer should be the first one to hear the requests of the client to better understand the functionality and experience they want the end user to be excited about. Otherwise, the user will use the application once then never open it again.
The developer side of things is all about function. Make it work then figure out how it should look. The developer feels "If I push this button then it will do this, or take me there"
In layman’s terms, the work of developers in to bring the idea and designs into reality by coding them. Designers work simultaneously with the developers to provide essential needs like brand colours and assets.
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