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I led a team during a week long design sprint to explore how to improve onboarding for Redgate products.
I was the lead product designer for an initiative to improve the enterprise user experience for SQL Monitor, Redgate’s flagship database monitoring tool.
I was the lead for the Design Academy at Redgate, a community of practice for learning, practicing and sharing design and research best practice across the organisation.
I was the product designer for a pre-paid card app. I took a mobile first and atomic design approach to deliver a design within an Agile process.
I was the UX designer for a prototype mobile app to help guide severe asthma patients when taking home injections.
I grew UX buy-in and knowledge within a global corporation through training, mentoring, evangelising and providing internal UX guidance and advice.
I used a user-centred approach to improve the user experience for technology within AstraZeneca offices, including leading the UX for a mobile app for office employees and visitors.
I led the design of the website for the UX for Life Sciences toolkit, a Life Sciences focused UX toolkit from the Pistoia Alliance, a global not-for-profit alliance of Life Sciences R&D companies.
I used user-centred design thinking and an Agile approach to design a concept patient portal to improve patient retention within a global Type 2 Diabetes clinical trial.
I worked on a redesign of the ProQuest platform website – a site used by millions of users worldwide for searching and viewing scholarly journals, newspapers, reports and working papers.
I used a UCD and Agile approach to redesign the website for Ubisense, a leading provider of location intelligence solutions to some of the world’s largest manufacturing, utilities and telecommunications companies.