About me

Now in my second career, I’ve been designing experiences and interfaces since 2001. In 2016, I moved from the UK to settle in Vancouver with my wife and 2 young children.

Away from the screen, I enjoy making tangible things with my hands. I’m an acrylic and resin artist and dabble in woodworking when I can. I also home-brew and roast coffee.

I hand-coded my first website in notepad in 1997, but today I help start-ups get early product iterations to investors, and help mature businesses design & build user-centered digital products.

I run and write SuperMassive, a website dedicated to helping people new to UX learn the terms and techniques behind building a great experience.

Now in my mid-forties I continue to enjoy experimenting and learning new skills. I believe that we can build better things when we share experiences, learn from each other and work together.