Having gathered business requirements, I convert them into user personas, flows, wireframes clickable prototypes. These are then presented to the business for signed off, followed by user testing. I analyse & integrate the testing feedback and begin the development process. First by working with the design team and then as the development team to convert the designs into the website/applications. I use latest technologies to achieve this such as JAVA, JSP, AngularJS, jQuery and HTML5.
Responsibilities: JAVA, JSP, AngularJS, JSON, jQuery, HTML(5), CSS(3), Bootstrap
I gathered requirements from various departments and then constructed the UX for Barclays Cloudit & Pingit app’s. As a team we produced prototypes to be user tested, prototyping cycles would be repeated to ensure the ‘Best in Class’ application was developed. I would then work with the build teams (onshore/offshore) to ensure the applications created adhered to the prototypes.
Responsibilities: jQuery, jQueryMobile, HTML(5), CSS(3), Bootstrap
Discuss with the Funds managers on their requirements for the new website & IPAD iOS app, I worked with them to provide wireframes of their requirements, and then converted them into clickable prototypes. These were then set to the user research department for user testing and feedback gathering. I would then take the feedback back for analysis, update the prototypes and hand this over to the iOS dev team to build the app.
Responsibilities: jQuery, jQueryMobile, HTML(5), CSS(3), Bootstrap
As the lead, I would discuss with the sales, marketing & broadcasting departments, their requirements for the app & websites (FT.com, FTAdvisor & Investors Chronicle). I would then relay the requrements and my UX team. We would analyse & build the stragey going forward. I would then work with the back-end development teams (onshore/offshore) to ensure the backend systems were inline with the new UX and front-end that I had coded.
Responsibilities: JSP, JPT, Methode CMS, XML, jQuery, HTML(5), CSS(3), Foundation CSS
I Lead a team of 3 UXers and 3 Front-end developers for the LexisNexis project. I would sit with business managers/directors to understand their requirements, produce user flows and wireframes for both the website and app. I would then discuss these with the business for sign off. As a team we would then develop the prototypes and conduct user testing. On completion of those cycles, we would create the front end shippable code that would then be used by the back-end teams to build the applications and website functionalities.
Responsibilities: ASP.NET, XML, TeamSite, jQuery, HTML(5), CSS(3)
I consulted with the business managers to get requirements and then as a team we would dicuss the business requirements and construct the UI/UX and user Flows, I would then be tasked with building a design and converting that into fonrt-end code that would be integrated into the TeamSite CMS, by the back-end development teams (offshore/onshore) of internal and external websites/applications.
Responsibilities: ASP.NET, XML, TeamSite, jQuery, EXTJS, HTML(5), CSS(3)
I met with various departments and assertaining their requirements for the various sections of the TfL website. The requirements were converted into wireframes & flows, which were presented to the managers of the departments concerned. Once signed off, these were then built out using HTML/CSS/jQuery and then incorporated into the bespoke CMS (RedDot) using .NET with the help of the back-end team.
Responsibilities: ASP.NET, ASP, jQuery, HTML(5), CSS(3)
I lead the front-end development team of 4, where we worked on the new website that was launched in mid 2008. The site remit was to increase the usability of the site and also to encourage users to signup for a user account and purchase lottery tickets and scratch cards online. I devised and help build a new framework using latest technologies. I was able to add significent value in the development of the new UX and framework, which was then used by the dev team to produce the website in conjunction with the back-end dev teams offshore dev teams.
Responsibilities: PHP, XML, JSON, jQuery, HTML, CSS
Responsibilities: ASP, XML, JSON, Bespoke CMS, jQuery, HTML, DHTML, CSS
I worked with the Branding & Development team out in Miami, together we worked with external consultants to produce a strong UX and wireframes. I worked with the branding team to design the new website and create the UX. I then convert that into pixel perfect front-end code, which would then be handed to the back-end team based in Miami.
Responsibilities: JSP, Java, EXT, jQuery, (X)HTML, CSS
It was responsible to ensure all exhibitions were articulated onto the website, as well as consulting with the Marketing team to ensure current and future exhibions and all artists and their art was detailed on the website. I would conduct SEO initives to ensure the site appeared wthin the first 5 links on search engines for all artists.
Responsibilities: PHP, XML, jQuery, HTML, CSS
I had to ensure all forms both online and offline adhered to usability and branding buidelines as set out. I would liaise with various departments to ensure all requirements were met. Furthermore, I was tasked with ensuring the content of the website as produced by the editors and designers was of the highest standards and assist where necessary.
I design and built the website for the business centre, with a booking engine to book meeting rooms and office space. I also created and implemented a virtual office framework for our customers. This meant that they could use a satellite office in Central London, get their calls and emails answered by our office staff and re-route any calls to the main office.
My duties included creating new website designs, creating promotional material and splash pages for new special promotions. OTC were purchased by Lastminute.com early in 2002. At Lastminute, I was team lead for a team of 10 front-end developers. We would add new products to the existing website as well as design new site designs. These would be implemented into the existing frameworks for the various websites.
Attained SCRUM certification when working at NCL
I read LAW at Birbeck part time, which I have not to completed due to personal family issues.
I was able to attain the CIW Designer & Web Master certification when working at Sports.com
I was able to attain the higher certification when working at Sports.com
I was able to attain a First Class Honours Degree in Bachelor of Commerce Programme (B.Com.). Where i read the some of the following topics:
I gained the certification as a Microsoft Trainer on Microsoft products such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access db.
I studied and attained very good grades in the following A Levels; Law (A), Constitutional Law(B) and Business Studies(C)
I studied the HND 726 in Information Technology, where I learned much about PC’s, electronics, CAD as well as fundamentals in Design and Typography as a minor.
I studied: Maths, English, Science, Further Science, Geography
I studied Technical Vocational Education Initiative where I received Distinction