About Me.

I'm a product designer and developer with a keen interest in interactive technologies and design systems. Through over 7 years of industry experience and 2 university degrees, I have learnt to combine user experience design with front end development and more.

My Employment.

Wunderman Thompson

February 2018 - Current (3 years, 9 months)
  • Optimisation Delivery Lead

    September 2019 - Current (2 years, 2 months)

    Cross-disciplinary role allowing me to combine and develop my skills in front end development, UI/UX design, data analysis, project management, and client, account and program management.

    Performing A/B tests on some of Australia’s biggest banking, insurance, and grocery brands to optimise and personalise their websites and sales funnels.

    Training and mentoring junior-mid level developers, as well as other leads with their A/B testing setups.

  • Front End Developer

    February 2018 - September 2019 (1 year, 8 months)

    This role helped me to refine my front end development skills whilst working across a variety of well-known international tech, grocery, banking, and insurance brands. My work involved building static websites, emails, and animated banners.

Website and App Designer/Developer


January 2013 - February 2018 (5 years, 2 months)

At Helpwise, my responsibilities included creating website mockups, designing interfaces, content management, user support and training, building mobile apps for iPhone and Android using Ionic and Angular.

My Education.

Graduate Certificate in Interaction Design and Electronic Arts

The University of Sydney

July 2017 - December 2017 (6 months)

This program infuses technological innovation with human‑centred design thinking. The result is an understanding of ways to design interactive products and systems that will have lasting cultural and commercial importance.

Bachelor of Industrial Design (Honours)

Western Sydney University

January 2013 - December 2016 (4 years)

Industrial design is a vital part of modern-day living. Every day of our lives, we encounter products designed and manufactured with the intention of making our lives easier. It is industrial designers, incorporating a lateral and cross-disciplinary approach to problem solving, who create the most useful products.