Hello and welcome to my portfolio site, where I’m slowly cataloguing my design work since 1995. I can’t show everything sadly due to confidentiality reasons, but I’m going to try and put as much as I can here including development work, sketches, notes and other ephemera.
BBC News Online
Designing the first iteration of one of the web’s biggest news sites.
Google: Project Sunroof
Brand, strategy and UX to turn Google Maps into a solar energy change agent.
Democratising VR to take millions of school children on virtual field trips.
Google: A Spacecraft For All
Mixing video with 3D infoviz in a web browser to tell the story of a lost spaceprobe brought back to life by hackers.
Google: Data Center Mural Project
Giving artists and illustrators a new massive canvas – the data center.
Google: Little Box Challenge
Shrinking power inverters in size and price is a vital step in making Solar power widespread. This campaign and competition hoped to play a part in just that.
Google: Android Experiments
Encouraging creative technologists to explore the limits of Android.
BERG was a design consultancy, working hands-on with companies to research and develop their technologies and strategy, primarily by finding opportunities in networks and physical things.
Working with Intel to create product/UX concepts illustrating the value of their forthcoming technologies.
BERG: Intel SensorPlay
Showcasing the unique gameplay possibilities of continuous motion, location and audio sensing in different combinations.
BERG: Intel Cars
Design explorations around the ever-more connected car of the 2010s for Intel.
A year or so exploring how it would feel to have Google in the world with us, rather than on a screen. If Google wasn’t trapped behind glass, what would it do?
BERG: BBC Dimensions
BBC Dimensions took important places, events and things, overlaying them onto a map of where you were.
BERG: Clocks For Robots
Speculative connected objects using dynamically-generated 2D barcodes as ‘line-of-sight’ unique keys to unlock place-based services.
Creating beautiful visualisations of live data from environmental sensors – powered by Google Drive.
As part of a group of designers and technologists who got together to provide a conceptual solution for reducing car-traffic in central london to near zero by the year 2020.