Research, design and communication through drawing.
You're designing products, services or strategy.
You're trying to tell a complex story simply, or translate ideas into visuals.
You're trying to have the important conversations, but they're smothered in management-speak.
This is the sort of work I help with.
What I do is called service design, experience design or human-centred design. When I do it, though, there’s a lot of drawing involved, so I call it experience illustration.
I care about designing the best possible experiences for people. My design tools come from comics, animation and storyboarding (that’s my background).
I try to use these tools in ideations, design sprints or one-on-one interviews to get people into an open, honest frame of mind, which is crucial for getting the result we need:
So the goal with experience illustration is pretty simple.
It takes a lot of hard work to create that environment, though!
The rest of this site explains how experience illustration works.
It shows you what “safe, clear and inspiring” looks like.
It gives use cases so you can consider how it would fit into the work you’re doing.
You’ll get an idea of what a Drawing for Story workshop looks like, and how it might help you or your team.
And sometimes I like to talk about storytelling and ethics, so there’s that, too.
Product, service, strategy, communication design
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+61 (0)422 509 144
309 Victoria St, Brunswick