My travels through design
The majority of my work in design has been related to Phrasebook, a site which I created to help me learn French back when I started university. Whilst my learning of French didn't keep going, my desire to keep improving Phrasebook did, both in terms of design and development.
I started using mock-ups to try and make my designs look a bit more professional for the mobile UI.
One of the big things when I started redesigning Phrasebook was how I wanted it to be about more than just storing word lists, so I came up with a more community focused design.
Another one of those things I've always wanted to do is start my own blog. This was the first attempt at trying to design a nice and simplistic looking blog article.
A nice simple thing I wanted to design was based off Transport for London's design principles, so I designed some screens for a tube-mapper app.
There are many basic designs that one can decide to recreate, so I chose a type of app most of us use almost everyday, a Messaging app. The prototype for this can be found here.
One of the first things I attempted to design was a simple Login/Register Interface.
Inspired from a map of New York with just roads being shown on the map, I decided to combine the (official or unofficial) county flags into their borders to form these.