A multi-disciplined, masters degree postgraduate with over 25 years practical experience in user-centered design.
Graced with prestigious awards and recognition through the years from establishments like Adobe/Macromedia, MTV, VH1, Q Magazine, BT, The Guardian and The Telegraph. Winner of MTV VMA Best Artist Website for Red Hot Chili Peppers and featured in ‘Lords of the Sunset Strip’ autobigraphy by Blackie Dammett (Anthony Kiedis’ Father).
Terry resides in Brigg, North Lincolnshire, United Kingdom.
Being curious, interested in users behavior and looking to understand the reasons behind users actions. Observing and inquiring eventually to create a solution. Thinking in needs, not features. Being open-minded, listening and empathising. Savouring the process of trying to understand the “why” behind the problem and studying the situation and not putting the solution before the problem ~ Terry
Terry is a full-time UX Designer 🧘♂️ and participating member of The Interaction Design Foundation, Denmark. See ~ Review of the UX Design Courses by Interaction Design Foundation.
Portfolio umbrella ⛱
|Visual Design||User Research||UX Strategy|
|UI Design Patterns||Accessibility||Content Strategy|
|Interaction Design for Usability||Usability Testing||Customer Experience|
|Service Design||HCI - Human Computer Interaction|
Anthony Kiedis - Red Hot Chili Peppers
“Terry – Thanks for taking the time and spending the energy to chronicle the history of our band. Good work and all the best” ~ Anthony (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
~ Anthony’s feedback for an interactive discography component on redhotchilipeppers.com for Terry’s Design Masters in 2003. Red Hot Chili Peppers were the live client.
Blackie Dammett - Red Hot Chili Peppers
“Anthony Kiedis (founder and lead singer of the world’s greatest band the Red Hot Chili Peppers) has signed an endorsement of your work on the website and we both commend you on your overall creation of and continued great work on our website. You are not only a stalwart soldier for the cause but a best friend and true knight of the round table” ~ Blackie Dammett (Anthony’s Father)