I made this site as a place to share my experience working as a designer and building things for the internet.
You’ll find articles on design and code and notes on interesting things I’m learning from books, courses and talks. I hope you pick up some useful tips whilst you’re here.
More about me
I’m an independent product designer from London. My work takes place in the grey area between User Experience Design, User Interface Design and Front-end Web Development. From research and planning to executing high fidelity prototypes and coding, I tend to involve myself in projects from concept through to launch.
I live between London and Hamburg, where I work with a handful of clients, often remotely. In my free time I enjoy climbing, hiking, running and skiing. I practice meditation and yoga most days.
Where to go next
If you’re interested in working with me you might like to read about ways we can work together. If you’d like to see some projects, here are a few things I made. And for those who like to see one, here’s my CV.
I write about building UI design systems on Medium, which may interest designers. Here I write mainly about building static sites with Hugo, which may interest developers. My Imprint page explains how I made this site.
I’m on Twitter if you have questions or just fancy a chat. Very occassionaly I check LinkedIn, if that’s more your thing.
Let’s keep in touch
Finally, if you’d like to keep in touch please leave your email address below. Once a week, on a Friday morning, I send out a brief newsletter containing a roundup of useful articles, tools and other things worth sharing. If you have a detailed question, ask me anything you like, whenever you like.