The multi award winning, app has everything a customer needs for their holiday in one place, anytime, anywhere. The app features:
– Flight information, from check-in times to luggage allowances
– Maps to help customers plan their journey to get to the airport, whether by car, bus or train
– Destination guides and ‘Top 10’ must-sees
– Countdown to the holiday
– Weather updates
With a robust design it was purpose built for both iOS and Android. It was released across multiple countries and was also rolled out throughout the other TUI brands, including First Choice.
The project was run using the lean methodology – fast, lean and learn. We designed, we built and we released the product rapidly.
During my time on the project I directed two styles for the app and produced two separate publicity videos for each, including multiple brands and languages.
I created the web presence for the hugely successful Nike+ Training Club app, the personal trainer designed by Nike. The app allowed the user to choose from over 100 workouts by Nike Master Trainers. I also worked on several other Nike women sectors.
Welcome to Nissan's Connected Future, a concept for personalising your own Nissan.
The video was created to show the future of purchasing, personalsing and customising the customers own Nissan. Using social media the base requirements for a car can be customised. The video shows the whole customer timeline from targeted ads to the full court to purchase.
Quark Expeditions, part of the TUI group, and the leader in polar adventures wanted to show the unique experience of travelling to the polar regions in the comfort of their premium cruise ships. Due to the high price tag, people are reluctant to commit to this magical experience.
To ease these concerns, we created a concept placing the customer in the middle of the Antarctic wilderness, utilising the new release of the Samsung Gear VR. Witnessing the "wow" moments of the Antarctic in such a engrossing environment would help to raise awareness and convince the "on the fencers" to take this trip of a lifetime.
Self Service concept pages for Barclays.com
The award winning World’s Cheapest Taxi Rank powered by Nissan LEAF was an Nissan Brand Experience campaign. The experience was created to raise awareness of Nissan’s ‘The Big Turn On’ campaign and to highlight how the Nissan Leaf 100% electric cars are six times cheaper than a conventional petrol car.
The taxi ranks were set up in the bustling cities of London and Amsterdam enticing people to tweet "6xcheaper" and the destination of their choice. On doing so the customer received a free taxi ride to their desired destination.
The campaign received high acclaim and won multiple awards.
The Dr Who Encyclopedia app is the ultimate series companion and episode guide, covering eight thrilling years of Doctor Who. The app allows avid Whovians to search through thousands of entries including terrifying enemies, favourite characters and archived episodes.
It was featured as iTunes UK App of the Week and ranked No 1 Book app.
Praise for the Doctor Who Encyclopedia for iPad:
“The Doctor Who Encyclopedia doesn’t disappoint…The level of detail is remarkable…The navigation is excellent too.” – Futurebook
“Beautifully rendered” – AppleGazette
"Very geeky. Very wizzy... A very good app." - Radio 6 Music App of the Week
The contactless world of bPay by Barclaycard gives you the choice of how you pay and make buying fun, fast and secure.
My responsibilities included the online presence and platform for the bPay products, including brochure-wear, back-end and social. The responsive design also had to incorporate affiliate brands to bPay, including Southampton FC, Gay Pride and British Summer Time festival.
With the release of the new McLaren Spider, McLaren automotive wanted a premium car configurator to match the values and high standards of a McLaren.
Heineken social content piece to celebrate Chinese New Year
I have been featured twice in the popular .Net magazine. Firstly, in the "Website build off" feature, where the brief was to design a sports betting site for the African 2010 world cup. Secondly, in the discussion section, debating Designing for the charity sector... "Charity sector design: exciting or binding?"