‘How can the accessibility of mobile fashion e-commerce websites be improved for the severely visually impaired?’ Early September Updates

A lot has happened with my dissertation piece very recently. I’ve had a busy summer doing freelance work, creating a … Continue reading “‘How can the accessibility of mobile fashion e-commerce websites be improved for the severely visually impaired?’ Early September Updates”

Pendragon 3 – putting the ‘UX’ back into my portfolio

SEPTEMBER 1ST 2019 – Pendragon 3 was released as the fifth version of my portfolio and the third major version … Continue reading “Pendragon 3 – putting the ‘UX’ back into my portfolio”

From accessible websites to Storehouse to interaction design to networking to working with children and action photography. It’s July 2019!

What a busy month July 2019 has been for me! I’ve had a lot of interesting things going on this … Continue reading “From accessible websites to Storehouse to interaction design to networking to working with children and action photography. It’s July 2019!”

‘Per ardua ad astra’: Testing a web app prototype – 7,492 lines of code put to the test

Per ardua ad astra -Translates into ‘through adversity to the stars’. Personal interpretation: ‘a task may seem hard or impossible, but … Continue reading “‘Per ardua ad astra’: Testing a web app prototype – 7,492 lines of code put to the test”

‘Per ardua ad astra’: Coding a web app prototype – putting the pieces together

Per ardua ad astra -Translates into ‘through adversity to the stars’. Personal interpretation: ‘a task may seem hard or impossible, but … Continue reading “‘Per ardua ad astra’: Coding a web app prototype – putting the pieces together”

Broads Authority Project: Project updates – March 21st and 22nd 2019

A busy two days, spent learning all about the ecology of the Broads area and beginning to design some app … Continue reading “Broads Authority Project: Project updates – March 21st and 22nd 2019”

Broads Authority Project: Using an AR app to discover a lost Roman town – March 1st 2019

Immediately after visiting Herringfleet Marshes and Geldeston Lock on March 1st, we visited the lost Roman settlement of Venta Icenorum, … Continue reading “Broads Authority Project: Using an AR app to discover a lost Roman town – March 1st 2019”

Broads Authority Project: Herringfleet Marshes and Geldeston site visit – March 1st 2019

We haven’t had a field trip for exactly one month, so it’s time to start them again! We took our … Continue reading “Broads Authority Project: Herringfleet Marshes and Geldeston site visit – March 1st 2019”