Currently working on:
Swiftly is a platform that helps small kiwi stores start selling products online in 15 minutes, for free. Originally designed and built for a hackathon in 48 hours. Currently responsible for research, design and frontend.
As of May 2020, Swiftly now serves over 750 small stores across New Zealand and has helped small kiwi businesses transact over $120,000 NZD in orders.
Roles: Co-founder, Designer
Date April 2020 → Now
Voluntarily is an open source platform that connects skilled volunteer time
with classrooms to teach science, technology, engineering,
entrepreneurship, arts and design in schools.
Currently responsible for research, design, and some of the frontend build on the platform. The Voluntarily platform officially launches late 2020.
UbiQuity is a marketing automation platform. It automatically sends emails,
texts, push notifications, forms, surveys, chat messages, etc
to customers on behalf of companies you interact with daily.
I led the design of several new features, designed platform usability improvements, and transitioned the design team from Photoshop + Illustrator to Sketch + Abstract + Invision for testing and handoff.
Role: UX Designer
Date: Nov 2017 → Jan 2019
Designed and built a Facebook Messenger chatbot with some friends
that would perform auction sniping on home rental listings. We built
Flatbot to help friends and colleagues reduce the amount of time they spent looking for a place to live.
Peaked at 100+ users on Messenger with zero marketing spend, but ended up neglected as we explored other pursuits and projects. Discontinued July 2019.
Role: Founder, Designer
Date: Dec 2017 → Jul 2019
Qrious helps organisations utilize spatial information to create
human-friendly insights into how people use the space around them. Most of the work we did benefited local councils, tourism, and transport
I supported multiple teams and products as their first internal design hire to improve product usability for customers.
Roles: Junior UX Designer, UX Designer
Date: Jan 2017 → Jan 2019
Mighway is a peer-to-peer motorhome platform that connects motorhome owners with tourists who wanted to rent their vehicles.
I worked between product, development and marketing teams on a redesign of their onboarding, booking, and internal systems.
Role: Design Intern
Date: Mar 2016 → Jan 2017