Hi there, I'm Jemima, a first-class Graphic Communication & Typography graduate. I was delighted to receive the Examiner's Award for my work in User Experience Design & Editorial Design Practice modules while studying at The University of Reading.
With my empathic nature (which I believe is a 'UX-ers' super-power!) and passion for all things creative 'User-Experience Designer' felt like a role made for me. 
Creating accessible designs for a diverse range of users is of utmost importance to me, particularly for users who are less 'Tech-Native' than myself. My concern for how older users navigate our ever-changing digital world became my focus for my dissertation which investigated 'Usability, UX, and UI of mobile banking apps for the older generation' which I found to be truly insightful.

After graduating, I joined a Bristol-based agency where I've hit the ground running. I've particularly enjoyed contributing to a significant UX project. This dashboard aids thousands of employees and project managers in delegating and tracking complex tasks, demystifying the next necessary action needed to advance their market. I was flattered to be nominated 'Player-of-the-year' by my colleagues and managers for my approach to work, enthusiastic nature and manner in liaising with colleagues and clients alike. 

Ultimately designing intuitive products that positively impact and improve people's daily lives is what I find most rewarding.

In my spare time, you can find me browsing through art galleries, cooking for friends, covered in dog fur at Sadie's Stray Dog Rescue, or spending weekends by the sea.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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