This stuff is old.

A lot of the content here is very old, but I don’t have the heart to delete it. Feel free to dive through sporadic spillages of my brain through time, it might be mildly amusing. 👍🏼

Research moderation as a service

I’m thinking of offering a moderated remote user research as a service and would love to hear your thoughts. I will be travelling through Central and South America from October to March and have around 10 years of experience in user research and design. Do you have trouble finding people on the ground to help… Continue reading Research moderation as a service

Interviewing Users – Steve Portigal

The author of Interviewing Users: How to uncover compelling insights (2013) Steve Portigal gives a talk in September 2013 at the IxDA LA meet up. I’ve read the book, but its always a good thing to watch / rewatch presentations from the author. He brings up some simple points that are always worth remembering –… Continue reading Interviewing Users – Steve Portigal

Inclusive Design

I’ve been spending the past few days thinking about inclusion. I’m embarking on a big project at work where there is a great need, and benefit, to ensure inclusive design practises are considered from the outset and importantly that we don’t exclude anyone. Previously in luxury fashion, banks, or social networks for the privileged, inclusive… Continue reading Inclusive Design

Leadership & Innovation

Hi All, Welcome to This website has served as my personal portfolio for way too many years than I’d care to admit, but it’s time for a lick of paint and repurposing. I’ll be using this space primarily as my blog as part of a Leadership & Design Thinking module that I’m taking at the University… Continue reading Leadership & Innovation

Categorized as Masters

Summer is Here!

Went out for a lovely bike ride with Rachel! Nice! Unfortunately, we cycled as far as we were going to go and when we turned around chaos ensued and we got a flat tire! Still! Such a lovely day, and Summer is most definitely here! 🙂


Plunged back into the depths of winter

Stefan Wewerka

Some beautiful furniture that really challenges the usability and “refuse to bow down to their elementary function”. Such a simple idea that results in some really fun chairs. Nice and fun, eh?

BBC Global Experience Language

The BBC Global Experience Language is a resource created by the Research Studios to help keep the look and feel across all of the BBC websites in line. This is a great resource, lots to think about and pretty damn useful. Check it out! BBC – GEL (Global Experience Language).

The Brixton Pound

What a great Idea, the Brixton Pound (B£) is a new currency that has been released in Brixton, London. Recently redesigned by Brixton based “This Ain’t Rock n’Roll” ( ), the colourful currency features images of local Brixton Hero’s. Designed with the aim of encouraging trade within Brixton, the idea is actually quite simple. Anyone who wants… Continue reading The Brixton Pound

The Selby

Some great curtain twitching shots here from The Selby. Todd Selby began in 2008 shooting his friends in their homes and posting them online. Soon after, artists designers, photographers, and fashion moguls began queuing up to be featured on his site. went from strength to strength from then on shooting any number of famous people in their… Continue reading The Selby

Categorized as Inspiration

Solegivers: Our First Project

Time for a bit of Solegiving, don’t you think? Solegivers, a charitable cause from Singapore are starting out. Their aim is to raise money for I-India by running barefoot across Singapore. The main man there, Kris Leverton is working hard to toughen up his feet for the big day in December. He has a rigorous training schedule… Continue reading Solegivers: Our First Project

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