From wireframes to fully fledged live site, Yours Friendship & Romance was developed using the Lean UX workflow. After several superficial site redesigns, I looked at addressing the core needs of Bauer’s Non Traditional Revenue sites (Dating, Deals, Bingo). Each microsite had to be easy to update, test, adjust and improve – so informed decisions […]
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Here are a couple of the better icons I drew, again using Adobe Illustrator.
Killercreditcards.com is a simple comparison site, providing the top ranking cards based on APR, balance transfers and other features. It had no editorial content or user guides, so and was promoted solely via PPC and Google adwords. Using a light blue background gradient and hot pink logo and strapline, gave the interface a friendly design. […]
300 x 250 MPUs were often created for the right hand side column of pages. Here’s a simple selection, promoting low APR credit cards, Savings accounts and user feedback.
Making life insurance seem exciting is never an easy thing, but I’m quite happy with my shark creative. This was used in a rotating flash gallery on the homepage of fool.co.uk, hence the black tab marks on the left hand side. From memory the shark was drawn first on paper, before being scanned and cleaned […]
Some of these are now looking a little dated, but it was great fun to create cartoon avatars of the editorial staff. These were created in Illustrator by applying block colours over their photographs and used in their articles and blogs. Some of the staff writers were very happy with their avatars, others less so. […]
Creating dynamic share, credit card and mortgage icons isn’t always easy – with most finance imagery limited and overused – think broken piggy banks and flaming houses. However I think we did the icon world justice, although some of the older designs have since been replaced. Creating fun icons from scratch using Illustrator was always […]