A product designer based in London.
I enjoy making things that work. My design career started in graphic design where I sharpened my knowledge in type and typography, I have since then become interested in the logic of designing for digital products with typography and accessiblility at the forefront of my thinking.
I have worked at places such as Make architects (full time), IDEO, NB Studio and Wordsearch and have a personal client list of small and large companies.
My work has been featured in various places such as It’s Nice That website and their Annual 2014, Huffington Post, Fast Company and exhibited in the Copper Hewitt Museum in New York.
I have gained Awards from the International Society of Typographic Design – commendation, and a Red Dot Award (Make Architects)
I also like to build websites using squarespace for those interested in using a self hosted platform.
For more information or to buy the book ‘I Wonder What it’s Like to be Dyslexic’ please visit www.tobedyslexic.co.uk