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A former techy turned UX Jedi, for over 15 years I’ve been harnessing the power of user-centred design to deliver compelling and successful user experiences. I have a Human-Computer Interaction MSc (Distinction) from University College London along with a Computer Science BSc (First Class) from the University of Warwick.
I’m currently a product designer at Redgate software. Previously I have led the UX for projects at CashFlows (a fintech start-up), AstraZeneca (a biopharmaceutical company), ProQuest (a content & technology company), Omobono (a specialist B2B digital agency), TUI (Europe’s largest holiday tour operator), johnlewis.com(a leading UK ecommerce website), Cambridge Assessment (an international exams group) and been a UX consultant for Webcredible (an industry leading UX consultancy) and a full service digital agency.
I currently live in Cambridge in the UK with my wife and two children.
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