Hi I'm Nathan. I am a Junior Information Architect at Condé Nast Digital UK, where I gather user research and analysis of all our digital products, turn this into visual information that's easy to understand, create concepts for the next iterations of our products across all our brands and produce wireframes that communicate this vision to the rest of the team.
Nectar for iOS
Here I looked at how a digital product could alleviate common issues faced by customers who use Nectar by adding all of the coupon functionality as well as tapping into a handset's technology to make gaining and spending points a seamless experience.
Is my response to a university project to ‘create social change’. As a diabetic I find it hard knowing how foods will effect my blood sugars. My Carbs is my solution to that problem
Windows In TV
Windows In TV is an integrated television app that connects your Xbox and WP7 to your television creating an enhanced viewing experience. As the two apps are connected the information on your mobile device is tailored to what you’re watching on screen. Tweet, see the scores for other games and catch up on previous episodes wether your at home with your TV or out on the go.
How I felt in 2012
I wondered why writing in a diary had to be categorised by the day and date? Does it really matter what day something happened, surely the experience is a lot more important. With this in mind I decided to create a diary that you wrote in based on 7 emotions rather than days. The tabs are perforated leaving only the emotion you related to the only documenting factor.
I wanted to come up with a different take on the traditional card. My jumping off point was the idea of revealing a message. I screen printed the message on the front of the envelope so it was barely visible, the recipient then flips the card over to be enticed further by the phrase "I just wanted you to know..." before opening the envelope to reveal the secret inside.