Like so many company websites out there, the Sofology one isn’t the worst on first impression. Aesthetically pleasing images are used throughout. Relatively clear signposting supports the text. Menu items are on the whole pretty clear. However, like many sites out there, there is room for refinement of various UI elements of the site. I’ve chosen to…
What I do
Using Axure for wireframes and a pencil for sketching, I start off with low fidelity prototypes, slowly evolving them so they end up being representative of a final website.
I create a number of visuals based on the lessons learned during the prototype phase. Designing interfaces is what I love doing the most.
Front end coding
I take a design, and build it in an accessible, editable and consistent way, relying on years of experience in the industry. I try to make every site an improvement on the last.
The work doesn’t stop once the site has launched. I use a variety of tools and techniques to measure UX and then enhance the site accordingly.
A few items from my portfolio of work
Ramblings and thoughts from day to day
Don’t ask me why, but I ended up on the Motorpoint website today. I have no intention of buying a car now, or at any point in the near future. There must have been a reason I came to their website but I can’t shed any light why that was. Sorry. Regardless, as with most…
In a (very) similar manner to a recent entry that I posted about redesigning property cards, a client wondered whether any enhancements could be made to their proposed design layout. Whilst the content is similar to that original article, the layout of the information and details required to be shown to the user are different.…