I help tech startups design better digital products without hiring a full-time designer.
Design isn't a priority for most tech startups, the primary focus is engineering the product. This means many of them lack the design expertise they desperately need.
But does the customer have to suffer too?
Creates innovative products but doesn't have the time to design.
Provide great technical solutions but don't have an eye for the details.
Who has the UX experience?
Who knows how to design user interfaces?
Where is the product designer?
Chances are, there isn't one!
A lack of design expertise within your team means your app takes longer than expected to design and results are underwhelming.
Bad UX leads to an increase in churn.
Someone who specialises in working with tech startups and has a wealth of knowledge about what it takes to design great apps. Someone who can help you get the best results, and fast.
I have a broad range of skills and experience that allows me to a take holistic view to designing your app.
I work closely with you and your team to understand your business, strategy, goals, products, and customers. I focus on the areas that will deliver the most effective results for your tech startup.
I use the latest design thinking and best practices to create beautiful, easy-to-use products. By taking an agile approach, we're able to move fast, learn from the market and continuously iterate.
I work with you throughout the entire process, from concept to delivery. Expect close collaboration with your team, data-driven improvements, and a relentless focus on customer satisfaction.
Why startups like yours choose to work with me.
“I found Simon to be diligent, user focused and resilient in a classic startup environment”
— Lily Smith, Product Manager at Aitekz Finance
“Simon communicated clearly and had great ideas whilst working effectively within the constraints of the brief.”
— Simon Evans, Product Manager at Preoday
“The work produced by Simon was above and beyond what we expected. We look forward to working together again”
— April Boulton, Marketing Manager at Clik