I work at BBC Sounds in London. My job title is User Experience Architect. I make complex things meaningful.
I share design expertise and ideas with people from design, product, editorial and tech teams.
I take a human-centred design approach that balances business goals and constraints, and pragmatically deliver the best user experience possible.
I plan, and execute user research to inform design decisions and evaluate experiences with end-users.
I collaborate with other members of UX&D to get to the heart of what our users need, creating sketched concepts, user journeys, domain models, ontologies, wireframes and prototypes that address user needs.
I work on the interactions and I assure the accessibility of the product.
I design UI components when needed.
I work with colleagues in our Accessibility and Assistive Technology teams to ensure all staff can use the software and systems.
I Design for multiple screens – and when an experience doesn’t involve a screen.
I Collaborate with other designers and teams to ensure good cross-system design.