I’m the Product Design Lead at Beauhurst where I solve problems with lots of moving parts. I’ve written three short books on simple design, ideation, and how to teach yourself UX design. In my spare time I feed squirrels.
In order of professional experience I’m comfortable with interaction design, ideation, visual design, product strategy, usability testing, mobile design, research, and prototyping.
Anthony is probably the best designer I’ve worked with. He’s not just user-focused, he’s also commercially and technically astute, which means that his designs look great AND they’re technically viable. He’s a super clear communicator and can present designs persuasively to stakeholders on any level. He’s also great fun to work with and is a real tonic on a stressful project!
I always enjoy interacting with Anthony on Designer Hangout. As well as sharing his wisdom with the other members, he’s the energetic organiser of a weekly visual design challenge that pushes us to flex our graphic chops. He combines big thoughts with noticing small details—as shown by his collection of visual design patterns and his case studies celebrating companies who’ve paid great attention to detail in their design.
I just took a look at your book, and this is a quite excellent collection of points and citations! You did a great job distilling all the thinking that goes into making something useful that appears to be simple.
Anthony has an ability to uncover and draw attention to what really matters. He cares deeply about creating the best product possible and works tirelessly within teams to ensure this happens.
Anthony is a real professional. He picked up the job and did it in a few days with many constructive remarks. We now can start from his report to do all corrections, adjustments and ameliorations. A perfect base for our next site construction.