gunatitjyot.org is a website I lead technical development for with the help of a team of volunteers for my religious organisation. The website has an audience around the world wanting to keep up to date on the organisation’s latest activities, events, and spiritual material, as well as new visitors coming to learn about the religion.
In late 2017, the team, led by myself, began to evaluate how the website could provide a better user experience for visitors. This included the kinds of content on offer, how they were organised and structured on the site, and the visual design of the website.
This blog post will continue to be updated as the needs of users of the website are discovered and new solutions are tested for the redevelopment of gunatitjyot.org.
Comfort is a simple, yet powerful control to managing home heating, delivering state of the art features, without requiring a smartphone. Comfort appeals to a wide audience by delivering modern conveniences in a familiar and simple to use package.
The idea for Comfort came after a year of working for domestic heating market leaders; Worcester Bosch as a Product Management Intern with constant exposure to a spectrum of end users and installers from which key insights could be drawn.
myTrainer guides users through completing exercises, in the correct positions, enabling successful, productive workouts through utilising camera technology in body tracking and depth mapping.
The industry for exercising at home using DVDs or YouTube videos continues to grow, and yet there is no way to tell if you’re working out in the right way. Exercising incorrectly could cause injury through bad posture, or just be ineffective at achieving what the workout was supposed to. This is where myTrainer comes in.
The winning team of a design competition to create an engaging campaign to reduce litter on Birmingham city centre’s busiest streets. The competition was ran by Hubbub; the charity that organises environmental campaigns such as the famous ballot bin, and was held amongst groups of final year design students at Aston University.
Not everything can be connected into the Internet of Things, or turned into a smart appliance. Listener is the conversion from analogue into digital. It hears and understands the real world so that you can be even more connected to it.
Listener bridges this gap by combining listening hardware with a concept app for the connected world, with the goal of bringing notifications to the things in life that aren’t digital.
The app was prototyped in Sketch and uses Marvel to deliver an interactive demo.
M&S Boutique differentiates the brand from its competitors by offering a unique retail experience, leading to better discovery of products where each boutique stall showcases a product category and delivers a connected, personalised shopping experience
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