In more or less order of recency, here's a few projects I've been involved with that I'm particularly proud of:
Want to run a lesson and track the results? Or maybe this is a one-off with a class you need to cover, and you don’t care much for feedback. Or perhaps you want to send our content as homework? We weren’t making it obvious how teachers could use any of these options.
Teachers are time-pressured at the best of times, so the last thing they need is trusted technology letting them down. To heighten their anxiety, modern classrooms are absolutely wild. This is how we made sure teachers don’t need to stress about that any more.
We’ve always been keen on research at EF Class – we’d be a pretty useless product team if we weren’t. But sheer eagerness to learn from our users didn’t mean we were always planning, undertaking, or analysing it well.
With hundreds of amazing lesson plans, it’s easy to see why teachers love EF Class. With tens of blockers before teaching, it’s also easy to see why retention wasn’t great. This is how we got teachers from the first step of our core loop to their first ‘aha!’ moment.
Currently, after-care for breast cancer survivors is almost non-existent. Whether experiencing side effects of treatment, trying to adopt a healthier lifestyle or making sense of their experience with breast cancer, many people find it hard finding their “new normal".
As the umbrella body for volunteering in the UK, NCVO empowers millions of people every day to make a difference through voluntary organisations and volunteering, but the NCVO’s ticket booking system was causing drop-off rates with their users.
George the Poet is a BRIT and MTV award-nominated spoken word artist and rapper, with a strong interest in social and political issues. I worked with George to build the Search Party App; something to bridge the gap between George’s words and his audiences’ actions.