PROJECTS & RESEARCH TODO

User Experience
  1. Creating a smarter hotel experience.
  2. Providing financial advice – Helping You Find Your Inner Adult for the younger generation.
  3. The Banking experience of getting a home loan.
  4. Offline Retail Brand & Strategy Service Model for clothing collection.
  5. Design a better workplace which encourages innovation.
  6. Design affordable housing.
  7. Happy meals for the people who are struggling.
  8. Change of career how to go about it.
  9. The coffee addict taste of delight for the day.
  10. Buying a house the steps to take into account.
  11. Selling a house the steps to take into account.
  12. Moving house not again you say.
  13. Renovating looking forward to the challenges.
  14. Dealing with a tradies it not that bad.
  15. Managing your savings so you are better off.
  16. Managing travels so you take a break at least once a year.
  17. Waiting in Queue for something to be done.
  18. Dealing with an Architect ! oh man was that my design or his.
  19. Eating out always a good way to find recommendation.
  20. Ordering takeaway should be simplier.
  21. Going on date should less nerve recking.
  22. Getting that first job and keeping it.
  23. Getting your first house.
  24. Investing wisely in property.
  25. Seeing your doctor for healt checkup.
  26. Looking after your health.
  27. A death at a funeral have you done enough in this life.
  28. The cinema experience.
  29. Building a business from scratch.
  30. Changing a career never so easy.
  31. Cooking challenge learning, trying and eating healthy.
  32. The kitchen table conversation for the family.

Current Work Schedule

Business Model Canvas, Customer Journey, Design, Design Thinking, User Experience, Value Proposition Design

Current list of projects under works for 2015- 2016, working with Biotic Studio.

About Me

Design, User Experience

Welcome to my little corner of inspiration, ideation and napkin sketches.

Who am I ? Unlike other problem solvers I love tinkering and testing, failing early and often.   A lot of the time, I may not have the answer to the challenge at hand or have a solution to a problem immediately, yet the inspiration within me drives me to forge ahead.

The optimistic nature that is built into my mindset makes me a experimenter, maker and learner.   I have always empathised and iterated over problems looking for inspiration in unexpected places for that elegant solution.  I believe there are elegant solutions out there and that by keeping focused on people not only do we become better designers but we also learn to ask the right questions and in the process embrace collaboration and creative thinking.

My friends always say that my mind runs at 100 miles per hour and that I dream up lots of ideas, some that work and some that don’t.  What I have learned through my experiences is that, making ideas tangible, testing them and refining them is a process that can be adopted, learned and built upon much like learning to ride a bicycle.  In the end the approach I have taken has mounted to ceaseless push to innovate and foster creative confidence and improve my ability to lead to solutions that I never dreamed of when I started.  The methodology used in user experience design is powerful and having learned these techniques has enabled me to approach problem solving with empathy, optimism, iteration, creative confidence, making and embracing ambiguity while learning from failure.  So to answer the question who am I ?

I am a Human-Centered Designer.