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.
Designing the first iteration of one of the web’s biggest news sites.
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.
Mixing video with 3D infoviz in a web browser to tell the story of a lost spaceprobe brought back to life by hackers.
Giving artists and illustrators a new massive canvas – the data center.
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.
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.
Showcasing the unique gameplay possibilities of continuous motion, location and audio sensing in different combinations.
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?
BBC Dimensions took important places, events and things, overlaying them onto a map of where you were.
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.