When joining Sainsbury’s, I found that the team were building and using templates that were used only once. After talking to the producer team that would use these templates, we started to change the way of working, by splitting the pages into components.
This allowed the producer team to evolve and adapt their pages over different sprints. From this I designed and built a small site, that would be the go to place for creating content within the Grocery online website.
Working on the Fitness range sold by Tesco, having to meet the needs of the customer, whilst also meeting the price point of our competitors.
A cognitive ergonomic study on how best to relay information to a racing driver. To help the driver know when someone following was about to overtake, relaying a tone back to the driver and stopping them from taking their eyes off the road ahead.
Initially I tried 3 main ways to communicate this to the driver, from lights, vibration pads and sound. After user testing I found that a light above the steering wheel that would be seen in the driver’s peripheral vision worked best, where as the forces whilst driving were too much for using a vibrating pad.
A final year project for the Rich Mix Centre in London, The facility catered for a wide veriety of arts, and the users would carry out different projects within the building.
I designed a concept that helped people interact with other users of the building by finding and linking projects that would benefit from the differing skills within the building.