Cubiks (2016-2018)

Cubiks provides sifting solutions to businesses, helping them find and recruit talented individuals. In 2016, I was asked to join the team to start providing some UX direction.

Working on international brand projects, security projects. I have been supporting Marketing, Development, Psychology and the international consultancy teams. Provider of User Interface design, mockups, wireframes and working prototypes.

Redesigning old systems (Candidate Hub)

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Creating fresh new Bespoke products (BT, EE)  

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visual mockups for sales pitches (Vodafone)

While finalising new product build, I'm sometime called upon to brand up a version for a potential sale. Here's one for Vodafone.

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Conceptual design for new products (Cubiks Capture)

Along with creating the new website, I was also tasked with designing offers and promotional pages. Again, this is using the basic fundamentals of a responsive design layout. The single column design allows for easy breakdown and relayout for mobile and tablet.

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Logiks Report design

The majority of candidates using the Cubiks products receive a feedback report. I created the graphics for the scoring and mocked up layouts for each type of assessment report.

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creating scoring graphics for reports

Each candidate report scores the assessment in various graphical designs. For every new reports more graphics are requested. It allows me to be creative and offer something new each time.

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creating colour processes for every client brand set

I have been involved in large wide-reaching projects. One project in particular was to update the Cubiks candidate experience. Once the redesign had been prototyped and agreed, I needed to make sure that every one of the hundreds of clients used a simple branding colour set to identify their brand across our products. I created colour boards for each of these clients using their branding colours. This branding solution linked up to four main client colours which controlled key elements on each page. 

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