I am a highly motivated freelancer working as a UI, UX, and editorial designer. I have been working as a freelancer in UI
and editorial work for just under 6 years, with 3 years spent on UX design.
As a freelancer I work directly with clients where I build strong relationships and have experience asking the right questions to solve their problems. I am now looking to transition my career into a full-time UI/UX designer.
I'm not designing all the time though! When I'm not, you can find me baking delicious cakes, biscuits, and cooking new foods.
Making your concept become reality with beautiful designs that are simple and easy to navigate for the user.
Creativity is the part of design that helps you stand out from the crowd, leaving them with a memorable experience.
HTML / CSS
A background in responsive design with HTML and CSS means I know how to bring your designs to life.
PrintankJanuary 2020 – Present – UI, UX, and Wayfinding Designer
Working with Printank to update their secondary website, ‘wecanprint.co.uk’. This consisted of: creating a new branding colour scheme. Redesigning the UI of the website. Designing imagery for their products, and redesigning the system used to accept customer orders. I also worked with them to create wayfinding signage for their primary building, as customers had a hard time finding it. see project
Hirophany/Illumine JournalJune 2019 – Present – Editorial Designer
Designing the Hirophany/Illumine journal for print production. The design features 121 pages designed to be minimal and simplistic
InterAdApril 2018 – October 2019 – UI Designer
Developing and integrating a new website design for InterAd. This project involved both UI design and fully coding the web page with HTML and CSS see project
Fitness Fashion MagazineJuly 2018 – October 2018 – Editorial Designer
Designing the magazine for Fitness Fashion. A semi-minimalistic style magazine designed to show how fitness can be fashionable see project
Logical NetworksMay 2017 – Sep 2017 – UI and UX Designer
Designing the UI and UX for a the website, Build Plus +, to act as an online construction marketplace. A place where contractors would be able to bid, in reverse, on jobs see project
European Jewellery CoOct 2016 – May 2017 – UI and UX Designer
Designing the full UI and UX for a jewellery website. This included a unique shopping experience and interaction with other users see project
Doubt MagazineDec 2014 – May 2015 – Editorial Designer
Designing the beautiful minimalist magazine, Doubt. After I left Middlesex, I was contacted by a previous student from a different faculty that saw my work. I took the opportunity to design the magazine, which set me off into the world of editorial design see project
BA Hons in Graphic DesignMiddlesex University, 2.1, 2011–2014
University was a refreshing experience and I loved every moment of it. I was really pushed in my editorial skills and got the chance to try new things and see my work printed. I felt my work took a step to a much more professional level and I benefited a lot from my time at Middlesex
Foundation Diploma in Art and DesignUxbridge College, Distinction, 2010–2011
I was told I was working at university level and as a result I was able to skip the previous two years and move to straight to the foundation course. During my time here I focused my work on editorial designs, animation, and interactive work. I discovered I quite enjoyed copywriting. I also volunteered for a writing workshop course at Central Saint Martins College
First Diploma in Art and DesignUxbridge College, Distinction, 2009–2010
As I started with few qualifications, I had to start college a level lower than this. My tutor immediately noticed my work and ability above my level and pushed me up to the next year. I expanded on my web design work here and began branching into editorial work
City and Guilds level 2 English and MathsADC College, Pass, 2009
As I was home-educated, this was my first official qualification. The head of the school was very impressed by my ability where I was working well above my level