As a visual and UI/UX designer, Anne conceived and then ran her own freelance projects to help both young startups and established companies convey a focused and unforgettable message. She's also had the chance to work as a platform product manager at MyMiniFactory, a London-based startup for 3D printing, where she helped ship their live-on-the-internet platform through UI/UX design, managing the development team and the project planning.
Guaranteed 3D printable objects are the core of MyMiniFactory’s platform. As a 3D print enthusiast myself, I was able draw from my firsthand knowledge of user experience, operations, tools, and web product management experience to support the CEO and CMO in ideating, driving, and executing the platform’s strategy and roadmap.
Used my unique combination of creativity and analytical savvy, while using data and user research to make informed platform recommendations.
Managed a team of developers, and tested and iterated new platform features with a mind that is constantly thinking about user experience.
Partnered with all departments to define and launch features that deliver a superior experience and value for the users while supporting business objectives.
Tracked and analyzed performance for existing features to guide future platform enhancements and identify opportunities.
Led a team of interns to attract the people who create the high-quality 3D printable objects.
Worked closely with the factory department to restructure and optimize the operational processes.
Proactively conducted competitive analyses and stayed on top of industry trends to identify areas of risk and opportunity.
Directed creative efforts at RelayTo/, an enterprise software startup based in London. For three intensive months, he was part of an early-stage startup team at Glocal Partners, building RelayTo/, and worked very closely with the founders to define the overall brand.
Supported RelayTo/ as a freelance creative/design lead.
Worked on creative development, UI/UX design, product design, and conceptual design development.
Co-developed a business model, pitch, and marketing strategy for the startup launch.
Led the design of a developing a proposal for Rowlett Rutland. I designed the new packaging and was in charge of the visual design and the UI/UX of the website. The packaging and web design proposal was implemented and launched. http://www.rowlett-toasters.co.uk.
Engaged in speculative work, including branding, advertisement and web designs for Manolo Blahnik, John & Albert Brady, Watches of Switzerland, and Grosvenor Casinos.
Designed the brand and web platform for Woven Studio. Their studio produces hand-woven fabrics for top end designers such as Roland Mouret, Alexander McQueen, and Carolina Herrera.
Designed an infographic for the internal communications for British Airways based on a set of guidelines. British Airways is one of the long standing clients of 8 Creative.
Worked on a proposal for the Classic Car Club to demonstrate that they could reach a wider community without needing to expand. I was in charge of developing a proposal for the print magazine and an editorial website showcasing films, articles and special offers. The CCC implemented the proposal in June 2015 and has since increased it's unique visitors by 1400%. http://www.classiccarclub.co.uk/.