TASKS: ideation, SCAMPS, UI DESIGN (MOBILE AND WEB), ARTWORK.
AWARDS: SILVER IN DIGITAL IMPACT AWARDS 2012: BEST USE OF DIGITAL IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR.
I was Lead Designer for the public site re-design for a large scale project for Lloyds at LBi London (a perm role). I worked with a close collaborative team to conceptualise, scamp and design UI in Agile. High colour contrast visuals were created achieving AAA compliance. This involved the use of a highly effective accessibility switch that enables users with visual impairments to view the site in 3 high colour contrast modes. User testing was completed to extremely tight deadlines with highly positive feedback. I also worked across several LTSB, Halifax and Bank of Scotland web and mobile projects.
I helped establish the grid system (using Photoshop at the time), type hierarchy, image ratios, as well as maintaining consistency across all web page layouts. A number of different navigation menus were produced to explore the content hierarchy, search functionality and customer login areas.
The Lloyds 2012 Torchbearers site was an online campaign to allow people to nominate themselves or others to carry the Olympic Torch in their home town. Various concepts and designs were produced. Also featuring sections for Lloyds TSB Local Heroes, an initiative to support 250 young and emerging sportspeople.
I created various conceptual iPad designs to explore a platform for the London 2012 Olympics using an interactive countdown timer. The app would also feature event details, interviews and training tips from Team GB and other world athletes.
Other projects include designing mobile Internet Banking sites for Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland.